Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00109
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: March 26, 1881
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
oclc - 33834378
notis - AKP5868
lccn - sn 95047336
System ID: UF00054505:00109
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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: sr.127Kirs.. woods their cattle, ! :' The biwatched course of square\ and promp pared: to Mart the enterprise nt this end of ;
,':: -- on the nutritious grasses: and herbs1.: Tin size of an I\p1'lltr'e.) eggs! must!
dealing, hm: had an l'\'lIlfullifl' among the the lino, with ftoclc nibterliitum of srelruila( 1 +
.", Itiltuborotigh. sight picturesque and interesting I as we for they know when) the leaf starts' keys.: It was in is.TT 1 ;\ that he landed: with i 1\ fujtiririit. (/ to litj Can respond
..\ Thirty thousand and tilty-five crates oC rode on horseback through this finely tint and ro\\I. They hatch out nt that time,, brother otlleer-being then in the gournmeiit brother fI Trllkt.c/frt! r'lt.. subscriptionof :"Oi 4

7-: oranges: were shipped from this i port duringthe bered and farming country ; the lowing; nnd if they arc not fed, they will starve te l'r\'h'C'-on one of t the keys! near I thpresent (' C'llaIIHI If so. \\1 ('oml.ltt ,
{' month of February Two thouaand: five !' site of I time to\\'II. Itringing i wit hI then\! the road before I iS/ ,
make their tll11111'
}herds were feeding through the woods on 11t'alh'h,11 they first nppenrmice .
in their t'1II11I'l''I!' ,'1 a IlillliIlUIIhOIl"(" already Sow whnt \' and Thomas-- i
.. .f!,.c h m nlr el. have beei the newly-growing gra '', I that looked very t they are of 1\ size between the partridge: I'rIIIIl'.IIUlll rl'jlll.1111. be put together. ('county do ? They cannot nfford to remain
}' shipped! since the first of March[ to 11.ltC- pretty in its green and succulent! state, tin 1\1I1IIII1Ck shot The leaf Uthen 1 broken from C'r'I'h'lllwl'lll'l' nightfall I. on the day of silent and Inert. They arc 11.JtI.'ially

..,::0 Numerous prospectors nnd land hunters sheep were restless" while feeding, moving the tree and put on fie: paper that N spread their arrival the first framed structure and interested. It has not ""l'l f\lr oll'l I '
.}$" from section of the United States arc the !first 1 government building at Cedar Key tho ::!'llh of &cptetubrr,1M79! Hon. Wil-
... ',.. every from place to place: the young 1\1\Ih'4frhok. out on tables and the little \\orin goes to eating Their object was to establish nn agency, do. Ham 11 1 Hammond had passed through the.
,' coming tit Tampa by every stage and steamer ing nnd playing around, much to the anxiety instantly, consuming the lent 'lime t-tents pot and |ermnnent establishment for tin general assembly of this state an net charter-

.: Tampa was never before HI full of strange of the watchful mother, and having gotten i are held in the hUHl1\11t1 the worm shakenon government, for use during the prosecutioiof bug tbr'l'honlasvlllc: Hllllro:11 The follow
t, I the' Indian From this small beginning well-known
,y'4 faces.-Tutnpn Tribune their fill, cluster. cull about another, the table, the \\01'1II111\\11I grown from aquarter war. lug "lt'll'l1'l'r(' named in
:\, has arisen! n thriving town, importnn: the acts n! : .\. H.lfnnfell. .
Leon throw themselves on the grass: : and rest i I to a half inch in that time. They railroad h'rmilll1'I1II1:11oI: ( harbor, anti i 1\ (' 1101101'1101 1.r ht lnn., T. C. Mil-

'. ;y'. On Sunday, the :ISHh! the following! There is pasture for :1I1Ih.nr..hl'CI\\\'llh. arc then fed regularly three t times a day, the splendid class of ;progressive i and hospitabli\ each Mr. II. J. ) \', Mr. .,.11 I Ilf'
citizens. Cedar Ithn'4 not nl\\ays: been a ker. Dr. F.llis: Young and Il', I K.: H. .
dtln.ewerc.: made in thcschedulu of the out cost in this county, affording a lucrativeh11S111CSB stems taken away as they ('allllli the tender !
pleasant place to write about, or at which tll The net authorizes the !' of n railway
"J. Jacksonville" IViisneohi: Mobile Hail road : and n very safe one, as sheep an part of the leaf. The11I continue to feed stop, but now it is, 1\111111ul' cognition end from" this plm'l'lo 1"I'IlrICliol anv point theFlorida

The daily train, east, I leaves Tallahassee nt 5 healthy and t thrifty and grow for three w'ek'l'hl'lI' they have appreciation should attend the eircumstanccs. lill'. As I this distance! is only J about

o'clock: i,. mil. instead: : of 0:10: p. m.. as heretofore The farmers are busy! preparingnnd planting attained the size of two and a I half inches in The government has done xompthiiu: fourteen miles, it 101 look like there ought

arriving nt Live Oak at 11 o'clock p, for the coming season, and the tires burn length, anal ns stout ns one's small finger, ((1 to aid the port in deepening the chnnne to ho enterprise nltl public spirit in town
nine feet feet this
from eight to to twC'I\ lu,1 (' ('uII!< it, Our Jefferson
i : mil. ; the westward bound daily mail train brightly on the altar of agriculture ; the should' have mentioned for information mean/ low water. The width of 1In chnnne county 0111II fri(=1I"1 would lrllt have to build hut Mew

t : "illlel\\'e Live Oak at 2:15: ; a. in., arrivingat savory incense from the light wood fumes of those who don't know, that the leaf 1'1UtluUt will be about 3H) feet and is luJilionalh'lm. en '!!*. We venture that no people who "

'. : Tallahassee nt 8:15: n. tn. instead! \ of(>::4.> a.s purifies the atmosphere ; the industry of the four inches square, slightly' scollopedon Within by being 11\111'rlllllll i\'IYl1 were ooually 111rl'! three lime cut has ;
years' allowed
; of this kind
I G heretofore ; the daily freight and accommodation husbandman is exercised in keeping the the growing end), when they will cease!1 to made through h what I is called 1 the tIulhTINgrouutl'thutysmvingnboullvvomitt's ht"1 \ an enterprise a' l long have the I to people r'malnlloull',1 of

: i{ train is discontinued ; the daily in.iiltrain chunks well pushed up, and the ashes: fertil I 1't'l'IIIlIHI begin to crawl around to mid some-' in thadirection. J11 Jefferson! counties. H would

g \"\"I e sl going east leaves! Tallahassee nt !) ize and make grow the seed. The farmers tiling to stick their web on. They never go The three years' work has Il'l'1 i\'I' Monticelloilireet communication with

o'clock a. m., arriving nt Chattnhoochec at arc nn industrious, busy people, helloing down, but hunt for something to erawl: upon) done on In an the IIpprprilillll last of about $vT ,but, the West' placing her 011 great highway of-.
being two\alIII\tIIMK1i; Southern and ittvrnlldgive'fhnntnMville
o'clock in., and leaving, arrives here at (the oft.rl'pCall'lll1ing at them ns being indo lly placingumle corn-shucks mi the table nt present there i'4lw'IPl'rllpriilllnl, 11\11, ni \tlvl air line to the great mdrutH1of -

4.r: >0 p. m? instead of 5 o'clock p. rat. as formerly lent. If any think them thriftless!I, let. them they will crawl into the shucks! 111,1'Icl't, effect naturally follows n cause, there will hi lrlhl'rl travel IU.'II'k' :>lOIlVll" Florida,

; the St. Marks train leave every Mon take their place by them and see whether one, begin to stick its web, the body remaining IH furl her progress in tlt work until tin giving her at time!nll(' .
,. next Congress shall met and made
day, Wl'lll1l'sdI1ml Friday, at 5:15: p. m., they can do any more work. They are get. stationary. It will stick it in front nnd some provision for the prosecution' I of so im. seaports 1"1'01 both, Jacksonville these run and lines Fcrnnndinn of stentnern,t
and returning! arrive at 0'JO:; p. m.-On ting in their corn amid cotton, their cane i is the sides for three-fourth* of an inch back Variant 1 work ; one of r"lIt'alul' to com \New York, "olhillot this he ,jxiwcr-

Wednesday last Tallahassee lost one of its coming up, and their gardens looking remarkably nnd soon settle down to spinning) running nu-rcial, railroad: and government interests fill advantage ( \our II'rdlll4.! C'olOl 1 shlufpcrs

oldest and most highly respected citizens, well ; cabbage finely beaded, and] the thread around and around on the inside, In connection with this lack of the propel phtc111 ('everybody l'1:>Ie .
should he said that it had
recognition-it We I that
Dr. J. II. Randolph, who has removed with can lilluwer very pretty, tomatoes: six inches the worm growing less 1\1I1110..i't' Ithe spinning been thought the engineer in charge of the of the hope road will thelncorporatorsof show 1r'I.ly. willingness I thisond.(o:

t his family to Chattnhoochee( to accept the high, peas ready to eat, and beans coming goes on, until it is hid in the cocoon, work had asked fo no appropriation. Thh make! an effort to meet Mi.nlicello at the

'.. position of physician and superintendent ot on This county I is wl'1I'nll'rcll with tiisuppearingititogether. It will week was t great mistake, for the 11"11'111 show line. Dehys are dangerous.-- ThowasviUt
that ) of the amount originally askedfur
the State asylum fur the insane. The selection streams, ponds and lakes, making particu ti spin) out, and if they are not wanted to to$3.VHM successfully carry on t In work bas liinet, Wth

i of Dr. Randolph, by the board of comiui5ioiiers burlyfav'orvll for the growth ol the orange. hatch the fly they are taken up and shaken never been appropriate: by Congress. This

\' of State institutions! for this important Where there is so much water surface, the Thcnoiscill: indicate if they have finished' failure has lt'l'lI. as can be readily seen, the CI'"Sr' CO.MIMKI.SO.V or LI.1CL'A.

service was one of the best and most orange is sure to thrive and do well, the or not. If they have, they are thrown, fault of the government, and ant uf the engineer. .
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judicious that could possibly i have been water tempering the atmosphere: insuring (into hot water and killed! If this is not .\" to the Suwanee n !splendid and navign'b'e 1'lul'nUTloS 'Ni l'IITUJ'TI, :

: made: His long professional: experience, inan 'theorang(, from cold amid frost. done, they will hatch the lly and cut the tl'lamuf'lh'r far up into I the' State, be- The census hln'l1 has 1 issued a hlltil

I active! practice of !more than fifty years, The large orange groves about Lawtey are t threads and come out t, destroying' i the Miles (lowing for many', many' miles hcyoml giving 1IIIIlui the population lithe

I 1 yt Ullllll l s many excellent qualities of head 1 told budding out, promising; a beautiful sight, asdn vatuj of the cocoon. It his uo\v spun itself the present limits of navigation; there have Mates ; ) by 11.... I shows the total..
in the
hl'l'l appropriated, aggregate, only population tohof.O.I5L'!.SNi'i (, of which13; ,104f ,- -
heart cIrespmtisibleduties pl'clall' lit him for the delicate and the trees! about Staike. and those about away to silk and all that is let is a little ab ml $MdNM). This amount will, 111111 probability T
which lie before him III Sampson, :Santa }o'(', Crosby. old the other ..shell I I the size of a duck shot. When I the lie ,exhausted within til' t two numbi-r( of l'olo\.1 persons to each lOCO(:

the Ifl'lIflh"Sl' unfortunate. wards of the lakes Many of these streams and lakes WIJl'IIil' .- the' 'Olooll i is 1111\\01111111'1":111 1111(h., 1'urMI) important I river whose.' whites i I. l.l.VI 1 I, against I ,.:!'In IMjl). .

State*. The burdens nnd exposures of a general have fine mill sites, that afford i' an nbuml-! the outride: the !fir>t is: co.irsc, that the adjacent: I t timbers lands, are an HO iI, Il'l'lll'llll Ir 111 rich, it I in: estimated valuable South greatest Carolina'propoitioii, where colored three to wlit I is Ihetw In

practicj! were growing onerous for one ance of water l to make the mill burs whirl, che.ipsilk' gondsniid 1: I hnndkciviii-irsarc! made of.y.'i.iHHoiild In- none too little ill hole are colored. In t Louisiana mire 1 01 Mil i

of his advanced age, the excellence of his or the loom nnd spindle twist: thit'culbnt and from ; continue: to unwind, and. lie( linc-spun order to ,'lllllll' the good work carried so sis.ii(|"hl 11'11101'' hall'to throo-fillhs are I'O-

Il'l1l'ralllealthallll the UII I III paired brilliancy fly the :shuttle: It will not I hrJ long ere this: silk thread comes: off. )Machinery\ now fur well point h In i this con net'lion, mired .\lal'II, DM) ml of e.llllhn,

J, of hs! mental faculties maul one who be settled amid numberof is that while the nPl'rprlltol! h\'l.ln'1I Flol\, Oeorgia. North C'arolinti 1111 rg111 \
will certain
"'. ; every fine farming country used to unwind the :silk. m.ldc in the 11111111ts 1111'., nothing has I ho colored form one-third I to one-half
t; knows him will join us in congratulating these: streams made: to serve no mean: purpose coctc.ms lire tilutv! I b I helm. .\ very pretty Il'l'l allowed by Congress' expended lot of the lulnl In ArJuIIu', and Tennessee

/ him upon) the enjoyment of a position where yellow lly, nbmit uii'"t+t'+-h IUII ;. hatters Improving the approached to the sjuwaninfrom from lr'h' II of the total

,. his!ply. '::-il'lIllahors will he somewhat lightened Like Columbia, this! Is white man's county I about 1111 the table fora: few: days, where it of this the point,liver., which Should is the('OIJT'1 l'OIIIll'r'illP"l't : allow) population the are former,.bored slave. The least Is proportion in .

,:' while his opportunities for doitig good only more:so. Very few negroesarewithin. I lays eggs on a sheet of paper: ] mil!, nit two hundred nothing I.r ( Il1l'III'III' to the river UIIII Virginia: whore there are hit!tlh'l,1.:11": to \V/-10

to his fellow-man are not Ililllill :ohl'l1. Dr.Randolph's its borders ; corncribnndsmokehousesare and then the fly dies ; lull: ns I before easy 1lIllllrl', it \\ould appear it Hit-oilier (too whites, and in 11"Ollr Ihl'J'IIT-

/ ,.:'r{,. family will be sadly: mived by. without locks! aid chickens and bogs are mentioned, lime eggs: arc 1I.l.I'lplIl1ll'm'l.1: ) I expenditures; hllIIJ.1 made in vain. but' 7.iII't. Outside 11' til li'l\r slave Male i

." 4 all of our people, and their many friends will free from the raids of thieving; negroes.! away in a dry place until the following Fibru ) the prul"rlllllf negroes' is very small The tn
) negro population
: .ri7/i.vr.i VOTTO.V I: dllll
not ,'ca"tll: regret the necessity which compels A cordial invitation is: given to all white try. It will be seen that only about four I XI.O.1'IO. the dl''ulhI'I\\'ll'l I 1N70 uIIIJ IMO> me! mini +

separation. people to come into the county and settle. or five' weeks, or at Heist, six weeks! of attention A great deal of interest: is being felt allover given In the United States! a whole there ;
the ( in the great cotton exhibition has of UL''"> on an assumed basin
country gain
Acmrrespundcntoftime Jacksonville I'uhit No questions asked as to their polities or religion. is required. The eggs lay dormant for 11'11
I to bo held in Atlanta in October next, of 100,000' whiles. The relative Ktdn l
i t of the IDth says I : :; They will find much interest taken ten or eleven months t ,!l. until I the leavesbegtm! i and !I extensive is I that exhibition tube I that during lie decade have great apparently been

t '. The freeze of December seems to have in (r education, and the p primitive schoolhouse to put ant, when they hatch One lady,I can : it is: already l denominated I "international.1'It made in II South, tl former ,11V''IIIIIIJ' m ,i
weakened the i faith of ninny of t 1 the Middle such as Henry Clay and Stephen A.1)Iwglutis attend to 15,000 of these silk-worms, tlwtwiIIllIlIIl1fadurc is ,proposed so it is said, (tn have the oxHisition stales the these : Mhave
': ; Florida people in the successful: : cultivation | illllurj'lllihlill Irl'pure'clo represent gal med, eight stand at the head of the |
first rubbed their heads against; ; and) spin millions of
I of the orange in this: section, and the Lc- : a ) the Hit, 111\111 umtitrelativeganlsrangiugfrunsIll
fruit crop, though some are still I giving attention through this cllllnl)'. millions i I in it. It is I an iiitere->tlngand; paying : be' illustrated. Resides im. olllecrs, however, that thcxo apparent-

to the orange.The Like Columbia- county, it i is IIIIlIIlrahlyllaph',1 occupation: fur the ladies", Irl\'l'lll'ottll machinery)' will be 1'"hllllt, gains art) due 11 a great measure to tho Im
( with l'lllu, of the censer of 1H70.) Under')
III perlis'li.us
freeze of December 1\i.ll1 vast deal of (\ to the scuppernong grape vine, and :McCAWiint. nrlrillj.t, 'lnlll'l'l.t, spinning) Ilel weaving the prevailed l nt that Inlet l

'.j damage: Middle Florida, ns it did in many the people are learning how to make the III great staple will be shown. it is l'OIliliolwhih probable tllt larger proportion
;(f other sections of the State ; but so fir as it wine. They also learn to take to it as: readily CI IJln K/r. The threat advantages of the (,,11"1101 to of negroes were thnl of whiles.' Of
all )pat.ts in IIY respect I II h'f'l I II IUII the former slave Males which have lost
has dampened the ardor of engaged, and .
persons us ducks to water, no person objects.It
'" are manifest. 'l the planter it will 1'0111- Texas and.l Florida I llolh thews slalw
: ,; .' or intending to engage mil orange culture is have in the house. If of ITS him better
-, ,,,I is good to more :IIITV.r. t'lidll, in that it willuke acquainted have receiveil heavy white immlgrntiou
;' ;,' ;' concerned I, the I Unlon'a correspondent! l I I isHcarccly it was made there would be less drunkenness. I with all 1'1'1'l'l I l\th. fwmullu.r parts of I the (country)', which hm-
., flit lllitor the llaimt :
of ads of cultivating his favorite ( and he
exist than over-balanced whatever tn
::1< sustained" by the facts as they crop more gall
: CEIMII KEY, March 18. will also I have amt opportunity of lamilinriz-
have made
{:.. :tJ : A larger number of orange trees have been Wherever there is: a superabundance of biinsi-lf with best machinery amid 1'lIlol'llulllatl," may I'Cl'l ",
Coming over the line of the Transit! Railroad Ing tlc the scene of rapid I develop-
,: _:) set out in the immediate vicinity of Tallahassee white people, chickens, turkeys, geese and : one could not be otherwise favorably 111'1\1' necessary tl his u-te. To the Ullil, and thus till relative decrease of

:' :; amore the frrrf than: for several yearsprevious. : ducks do most abound. This county i is f.m.mous : impressed with the evident excellent it will afford an mlexcelicituPlwrtnnityfurstndyingomt ducks 1 Is to be accounted for, not by art

./:1: "'e know of one person Who alomier for the feathered families. We learnedthe condition of the garden crops:!, ull of which, | the most ini-! I xodus. or a dying out, 1,1 by nllu"biol or
." .(. ,,.,; betokening I machinery I for this work, anal will,
:; ns far us the eye could reach, nut only proved whites The movement ot f black in th
:;;; s, has si ild over 1.;'IO) trees!!! ; and one gentleman, cause of their success from a gentleman Ihllr".IIh IVrlili/.itioii\ : and cultivation I'l'+idcslietheuleauyuflhrouiugtlie I I most S'ortliern and Wl'lh'l state bus apDirenllyjcen |

J": ,? Mr. Ocorge Lewis, bas: just finished setting! who takes much interest in raising chickens but recent and advantageous, : ; season imminent( allsIH'C.fll manufacturers in i of IitIheunipurullveuctuluit. Tlieniiratonof -

'.r out 000( ) trees on a Ill'autifllltruct of land pur and who finds il a lucrative biisincbs. of rthut,mi1i. Inquiry I elicited the information the country, and perhaps in the world, together .; negroes has not uttaiucd such : Miccosukieroad while a previous'" dry shell had. to some so taut they ('UI freely Interchange ueiisions us to be pcrceptiblo ,here. The
/r; rhaS1llur that I'lIrpo"l'OIl the The secret is in burning oyster shells! beating views and I their varied experiences .
degree retarded the growth: of plants! late rdlt. from which the flllu' principallvKk (
'It east of the city. Then are many others 1 them up, sift the tine particles i put in c.tld snail is tllmd one or Iivo light fro.it.sbad in an uItiI'rtY,11msUwhich must b') productive of I .tuh'< (place, MisHisxippi, J.'uilhul1111 North
I: who have set out smaller quantities and wet meal and feed the Cowl, and throw thepi'cc no wise injured any tender growth. AH in goo I I. To the capitalist it will show the greatadva11lugts (:'urolinu. !have all upi irtMitly pined hcuviy -

,. :t the prospect: for large movements the bhri broken small enough, where they can Jacksonville, orange!; trees and (Jltlwl'ri1'1': (' I which the South |MISM-MH over in relative proMirtion of blacks, whiff
',, the North fur the manufacture of the staple
in full bloom, tilling the air. at nixbt lime ; sanna*, to which the majority went, has
0(. '" .q ness of establishing' groves next season are pick[ it up. You have it now, and tell your especially, with u rich |lmt'r1'unm''. sometime md so, while opening their e(1 to splendid{ out in proHirtion| tn Il increase In | '

.. ),,< kc.... excellent. The trees hereabouts! are not neighbors that they may go to raising! ) hens! almost oppressive. RcU-rring u .(ain. however 11\IIrtllilll.\ fur profitable investments, (it. Hun. and 'Indiana ''I, gainexl) but slightly
''r{,..i; nearly so badly injured as was feared, the anti having fresh eggs for breakfast. I I to tint feature of truck gardening. I / most probably, of bringing I fhu number of AnlaticM in the United Ilatt
: : I thousands dollars into the South and
'' the old was! surprised totu-ethe extent of some of Is and North American In UV
.:?' ;' damage being generally confined to We!spent some time with Mr. Joe Hill avery I. the gardens l, or rather f&rIllIllIIll1iaturt' farms materially deveiopiughergreltrcswutrecs. I 10,71. lllliuut: not. laxitl," time I is, Indiansn
:, ,; trees, sortie of which, in exposed 1 situations, intelligent and enterprising gentleman ret mmiring constant attention and unceasingabor. .\1 exposition "llll'h u scale us it U projio.sed tribal: rt-latiunsf under the care of the gov

:' ';x : are killed to the roots, while others are putting I at Lake 1 Hi tier, who us much information Many of these farms were from five to make this, must necessarily he very rnnu-nt, are nut includc l in above
living gave
7'l.j\! : out new growth high up near the topmost ) Bilk. and their tn: twenty acres, and large forces of hand costly( toll its manifest advantage (.t are 11. .
regarding worms but hard at great to its costliness.
branches. The fever" is not I. are not only necessary were varl'1luM 11 jUtifv !'//K WJNTKH AT TIIK
orange tjabits.as it isattracting! much attention at this: work. A general air of thrift was mnnifent, \V lad to IC' men of U'IST
(.. j: over in Middle Florida by considerable.Talhtha .- time isoflur! ecoDlIUf'rdal valueemploy. and while Home one would occasionally take mean in the North and Month are HuhHcrih- A letter from 'Idcagu In a New York JMIT"|
'- "- < the ing towards u fund for defraying its gives a fearfulaeeoumI ofthe severities of the
'l "ee Floridian, a p witiou: in the categoryof grumblers, liberally .
lug ships and trains of cars to transport great majority were plainly satisfied' with expense, ali hope that before the time fur winter the orthWl1t, UpinMinnetMitaundakotathcro
jrt' ; Dll."lJP llJ-COUXTY colljrESl.OlV- from China to San Francisco, thence New hlngs us they wcrft. willing to eschew jxili-\ Its inauguration its linalcIHlluc.1 will 11 ) 'linn h been an almoxt continuvueunow

DENCE.To fork by rail, and again by ship to France. ties, accept results present, and strive for tecured 1 beyond peradventurc.-&iv. New.. bltx-kade fur three months past, with
Fiftor the silk fever raged uthi-rv more beneficent and more tangible leeK.-r| IlIu\llrifl than were ever IUIOw
the Editor of the Jflrror: sixty years ago There are few place* that strike the visitlrmItre TIIK I H-forc. impreHHlori M'tfi tL
for several yean In Florida, no much HO thatit and moreixilid I evidence TIIOUASJ'ILLI& JOVTIC1L exist that when the snow disappeared it
IMKK: BUTLEK, liRADroRD Coc QTY. FLA., ) forcibly, give LO U O.I It.
March 15, 1881. JWe was feared evrrylwxly would become so o f improvement than thin little eltvof k-dar: will be found that there has been a great losstflife.

'miles from Lake awful fine they would turn to silk ; but like Key and HH suburban 1-dandn. Where few That this., or some other road, CIIU'.tlng( I in claimed that many remoto wt.
are twenty-five
business the ( and Florida must been literally buried
years atu.!: even though ordinary leorgiti systems, tll'll'uli hove undvf
City, southeast by east ; seventeen miles from the silk-worln, it spun itself out and died for was good, there were few buildings: save Itiiilt nt un early day, it U conceded fact ;val Jdu'8 of enow, and tho inhabitants

Ftarke, situated on the Transit Railroad, the want of knowledge to work on, If queerly and lily conntructed reMdencef and Will Tiiom.nville grasp the gul.ltl have: p4| -risked frm cold and hunger. It .i.
r ,.' nortluvestbyvest.undtine north of Gaines the fever should revive and if you will give attires, the lourit now find. that the almost while it is. within her grasp, or will she mi- aid that in cattle ranges ldw-n.th
I.f shell (Nine and { murt.anibitluushut Missouri rivcrund the IU>cky
nexbaustible mounds lountah"
... ville. which 'n thirty miles distant. The me your ear and attention, I will give you it her eleinenU, the work of Indian in less r"tJI. otle" We alluded l to I 4Iil.UJ head of cattle huvu It-rlslmed. involv,
' country is sparsely settled by a good class of my orlUore Iroloerly. Mrs. IlilPa ex| erieiice. historic time lift* hcen utilized (ax in (I're.\I the foci in a recent 'issue that the Florida I. u !I'.(.f HWJ MHiO to $10,000.000. In th V

Fuh..tl1Itial'IItodo small farmers, who In the first place she got the e;.."*, one planes) and well constructed 1, good ..,, ';\ : legislature hud grunted a charter for u fa'' C'U 11 r11 bet W'flll I'latteundNiobraruriv-

live at homo and board at the tame place, laying of one fly, which was about two haute* has arisen upon the waste place and I I From Monticcllotnthe Htate line. Our.Montictllo ems this low ( ll. from revere weather,
other of the old town. The building' of friends now have an opportunity U) ias 1"'cI from to cent. The cattle
t. e. with the exception of Hour, they raise hundred eggs, that were deposited| un a lieet these concrete: house i is! a square home Inv I i i how how much interest they feel in the were mostly killed"uJlr the) terfibt..

what they consume, growing corn, oats: rye, of aper. These were carefully folded up I lu.try. both material and labor helng strict mining link. The Clti&tl, sin-akin: of bli/zurdV that have rvpuitcdly wept a err

bill and sweet potatoes, all the vegetables antI placed 1 away in the 'bureau drawer until h'lo"AI. thus respmtlingaftirmatively; to the the road says : thl"/ e M'CtUuii, but many iH-rlshcdTroni want
I to tlumea- We htlicve the citizens of Jefferson will uf The jx-ople in tlwj regions have
neither i]'peal-somewhat trite- patronize f'I"1 i
eating nor
the following February
in part of the world, rice and ,
grown any tic enterprise rcxxnid| cheerfully and liberally to the inerj.ri.se IUW 1".1' their t'the new dUliJlr: of
sugarcane pimlars. chufas, goobers and bring' euten, when the nun'iAu&/ciu'i *, the M ij<>r I'ar*'MM. senior member nf the firm for ram'lIro now convinced that tliMxU from the melting' ofttiounpreccdtnuititiantily

jtcrts, which they feed and fatten their porkon particular mulberry tree tlut produce the fir l'in >nt t II tie u (htiMnexj house 'long es. thU railroad Mill bring prosperity to thecountry. of suowhich.' Las fallen -.Sun..

,making splendid tweet meat. In the open leaf buiteJ to the man'ufacturo of silk, be ablihe: and iintnUinin the hl lutt possi We hopo to b able within tit J u .



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1 THE VOYAGE.I. to he In doubt was once to be resolved<< about big ones neither! to knowin' turned and myself In
my but 1 )have Ili.tcl
that and ,
I. he to the next day, (
liaised pet some 0I
Hastening to the (chamber her first glancewas yow arc that n ruvlltin' about) this tr.I'u' } remote and obscure I As it was,
to IT he failed some' ;
he shoulddo!
at. the bowl which stood in its usual murder something desperate. fist bit
<< rest
.-ANCHOnED.O yow that I can't be quiet under) it, I crept into Charnock Copse to a
place, intact: ; but to her horror and dismay, I haven t out with fatigue antiprostrate
j njvvcr kept no secret! from .' him and there, utterly worn
vow. 1 constable to f finding
police deposed
t there stood Martha the window, each black and vow didn't ought to keep none from nac'Ir with weakness, I 1 lost all cousciottssey -
weary days and nights so still so still- hand (,Iut'h'clillto a spotless dimity curtain, it's I'IU' III n' that shouldn't no fur h'r' on the day after the assault: : at Colsey Green, for an hour or two. It must have been
go him, into
The useless sails hang stiff and and so intent what she out of the << sleeping in a barn, and had) taken
flapping on saw yow needn't fear my blabbln'. I hold noon when I woke, and) staggered out
I can for
of there anunlawful past
slow custody on a charge being '
; i window that Jlrs'fubbs' approach was un tonSucas well l: trembled under me
my as! a titan and the men then noticed Into the road My legs ,
; had
We pine and chafe, and set our helpless! will heeded She; was seriously displeased: \ and it arc most ways quiet because their i ideas purpose.! He and the dear old landscape) swam before my
In vain < arc blood stains on his hands: and clothes\ ; these
j. revolt at what to change to know, wus characteristic: of her that when she was!' slow and tlll'Y'e got nothin' to
Is not lor us.'e hear the so her lost its and her saHut stains had been! examined \by a medical man l'\'S.
winds manner : how the time
\ strung asperity, re yow chino by that wound, I mean to and to he human blood.The "Three sailors were passing at t ,
+, hlotyAnlfret buke was grave and! clignll <'cl. know and I will.!' were (pronounced asked and one of them I called I out to me !
as In the cast, the west I thought I ('oulllhlL' trusted better! II prisoner!' was UIIlIl'l !lId'I1. lie '
we see vow Yow've anus been a good, wife to What cheer, mate ?
Great ships! and small go sliding fast t and free. she said": "come away from the window, Mary," he said slowly. to No man nivver me, and but few indifferent. questions, and He those admitted: in a being careless in Devilish hal. said I.

Martha. 1/111/ better, mush hc l1e'lt't waist way. ," said) ; don't look
sine And Il 'Ol
the lane Oil the night preceding the burglary I" Illt
II.-AimiFT. Martha took heed but
no her mistress
as I've niv'r with
; nuthin'
of. amiss
'pt unless to boast you,
yaw It witnesses notl'ili
having conversed with the Whnts
0 fearful days and nights PO dark so cold- moved across: the room, sinclutched the cur was somebody cls"s secret Inort'11 mine and he that H'\'crll the substance ,
The swift waves mock and leap on every talus, and drew them over the window, exclaiming and I nlV\'er will. It wonllln't '\\0 ; acknowledged lal'Hunger and tllfSt. and wenrines amidhitter t
UII been
yaw of his conversation had -
side<< ; ; ; Don't look missis: i don't :look" good' to know any more about this silly affair nll'lrnteIy made t : I snarled out 'Everything's '
had been 1111'ht8.
t No rudder steers no mast Firmly, but gently, :Mrs.( Tubbs put her but I enough. R'11' I riiistakc ;
; 110; jarcanbold ; ; couldn't tell yow if it would amiss I "
; so but what did) it matter? lIe had never entered / \11 IC"
We aside and drew back '
the soiled
think I curtains
t no curconld) hear us!' if we cried ; ; and there. the 'Arc near hOle, mate? ole of themVery ,
said and at you
We think God would not miss us If we what. she saw, as: she, )looked out, blanched, This was the nearest approach) he had I..ggats cottage, lie asked
died\ her face with dread. Over the hunse-leld made to time tl 1c took ghee he was twentymiles I I
; I
confessing; that there Wall a secret' for he had, walked the gn'atc.rpart near I said I, for thought was
We fed forgotten! helpless, east came six men, hearing a something, covered It away
away ; was something gained and Mrs. Tubbswas of the night. Asked if he had any witnesses going to'ilie.
t We shut our eyes and do not even pray up, on a gate I not the woman to )leave the opportunity) to call, he said : Well cheer up; then, my hearty. Here
/ "Oh, mNsis: missis, come away !l"l'l.i'lt the unimproved.<< .No. take a pull of this, and, 1 it will helf you to

in.-ON SHORE. poor" girl. 'Dont look at it, missis ; it'll kill I1iM secret more yours ? Yes, I'll warrant The judge none." was about to sum up when a weather the breeze.'

: 0 peaceful days, and l'eucl.fullllght14 whose ye.Foolish: child I "said Mrs.( Tubbs ; don't he deserves he'li keep to the he secret hanged"safe for enough it. ;I know, and clear voice was heard f'um the back of the drank" He greedily.handed me a bottle of rum, ali I
j peaceCannot court :
I k be uttered 1 10 green !shores of life how vow be feared I do for me. If I don't know all what a soft forgivin' feller you are Thomas! My lord, ay can about this." '" JI\ another swig,, said) he, when 1
can what's wanted ? Go now, get and I don't tl.1 lutlll'
Beyond the I Shall! say nuthin' forgiveness in the k back. 'There's wheretiJt
body : we ever cease out two three blankets and take 'CIII agun At the sound of prtsniterstarted lorl'
or down
To smile that through such hot and silly to the and 'cm a general way;; but there's no call to go and < strife that parlor put on the sofy : se put the millers eye out.* If yow don't care rigid, the eyes! fixed, he clutched the lock "I drank the ran like I
I \Ve there's plenty of hot water, asid then for vowself yow might think suthin' o' lire through l 'IYII Ifeltasthough h
('ullle1 That doubts and fears could convulsively, ami stood visibly shivering, liquid !
tell Jim to take and "
.< grow so rife ? Daisy ride as quick as me -here the voice quavert'lllllittle"lIllItov and with Suspended! breath. Through the I had the strength often men, but everything -
That we could fail to pee hoGo 's good he can and) ask Dr. Laver to come. Tell him other folks. There's a lot ov mur.lerin') w'holecourt, for an instant, there was dead jarred upon me. The sailors struck
hand to have wait a moment at the side\ gate to see if I and robhin' about t. and you should) help to hush, sold every eye was riveted) on the prisoner. up a song I I they !left me! and) I ground my
Our anchorings and our driftings planned: ? any there's message to send."' Steady andquick put it down. Why, the very time, as vow teeth as 1 listened! in a fit of nervous irritabiit'snelt15 -
I Lilkll'aPARdlls'R ; a good) girl. was well nigh killed i' the meadow, there. In that instant Farmer Tubbs stepped forward $ I h:11I'\er: known before. A
-- ---_- -_ All this was said with white lips and colorless ) was a house! broken into at Oakstead: in pale, but smiling encouragingly ntEphraim blackbird h started noisily from the hedge near
face', but with voice in which there'
TUMPS nlarl ."Gl:. I a broad daylight down beyond the want, and : Diggles i whose eye, however, no le. and I was conscious of a savage desireto
t .. was no tremor The, men with their burden & man, -old Leggat it was I; yo\v mind) him?- so.mer lighted on the honest farmer than uttering wring its neck, at the same time that Iclr"elIIYS.lf
were hesitating ; "she saw it, divined the reason heat'n n'nHl't tocleath. Howsomeverthey'vecaught he fell for mv brutality."More .
r ? CIIAITI: I. and moved out swiftly that there might him and I hope he'll hang for it, if ing on a the deep ground.When groan. he:1iSWIII. ( ever 1 felt ashamed and una- I I

\ .". Well wife : what are vow goln' to giveus be no delay in breaking the news to her. It the man dies, as! it's like lie will." the commotion had subsided and ble to show myself' to my brother Thomas.I .
fur dinner?" asked Farmer Tuhbs of was little they had to tell. Farmer Tuhbs "Ay ay," said he, glad to turn the conversation the prisoner was sulfldently recovered, the thought I would go down tothe brook and

Ms better half, as lie leaned hack In his had been found in the water meadows, apparently /from his own case. So thev've calm hearing of the case was resumed. Then Farmer bathe my hl'll1 One of.-the laborers had
t Windsor): chair after u verysubstantial.brcak-, 'ot'lifeless with a severe wound on the )lured) 'urn. have they ? Who was i it'?" Tubbs bore :!< that on the 2.11: of left a !'spud 1'nr gate where I entered the

fast the last traces of which ho was' removing back his: head. "Noboll yow know ; a fellow named July, at one will p.m., the prisoner h ph- meadows, and I seized it to steady my steps: ,
from his full lips with the tuck of After the first awkward pause the men Ephraim Diggles i or some such name ; a ram! Diggles,, had bl'cl with him, t twenty hut I had not reached the water when suddenly
his hnhd.S. were voluble enough. They had no doubt shire man. I gucxs.! There's' the whole account miles away from the scene of the burglary.In I came upon Thomas.

.NivVl'r yow mind, Thomas" she retorted Mrs.that Tubbs the master ascertained had been murdered. ; but ov it in the paiper, cf yow like to read the simplicity of his honest soul he had "Hfdid I not know me : how should )he,

., sharply. She was a quick little bruwll-e 'ell beat that the heart still it' believed that this would be enough, that the haggard and, wretl'h'lllookl;; as I vas. and
t woman, neut nM a new pin, as even her most though; faintly. Swiftly noiselessly, His hand trembled as he took the paper prisoner would bu at once li"clrcll. ali having for years to be dead ?
J formidable critics; acknowledged. "Nivvcr I and without hurry she buckled to her work.A for he hail been, it seemed, excited! by the he had, determined to tell no l0f' "I do hclc\'l'llle if youwall understand mo
mind Thomas. '1'hat'anothiu'tovuw few words of instruction to JJra sufficed, conversation ; though he had spoken qui- But the wormed the story lot
jow : ) lawyers Whl'l I say that nervous irritation, so
and D
I Out, ay. Nothin' to me, is it. Well I .sysheofy w ore clattering down the etly. lie held the paper now upside down, out of him, and though h he writhed under intense and uncontrollable my though all the
t han't get too fat on that, shall I ?" said he, road, as though she knew that on her speed and without attempting/ to read it; but when the torture of the questions, he knew no time I knew it to be preposterous and unreasonable
t '.* ho rose with a low, rich chuckling laugh depended the preservation of the kindly the careful housewife left him to attend to arts of prevarication or fllschllell was increased' when he stood before
I that was resumed at intervals tor the next dainties.hand from which she took her morning her domestic affairs, he sobbed out "Oh, The substance of ) by the me, the picture of hearty, )jolly, robust

t five minutes, while he patted his kite, rubbed John, John, you hev broken my heart." and ingenuity of the lawyers, and, th'subsequentiulllibitioms health and called out to me in his genial
the pigs) and slyly administered to his Martha, in awed wonder, repressing, out with tearful eyes began to study. the details ; of Tuhbs-who I was destinedto <<1 voice :

t favorite pony Daisy the! slice of bread that he of respect to her mistress, a violent inclina of the crime.It i have her way in this as in other matters- .'Hallo, my man, what arc you doin'
surreptitiously brought away from the tion to hysterics, stumbled about with wild was but a brief item of police news, and I may he told) in a few words. here?'
J breakfast table fur him.IIo and blundering good will moaning; to her- read as follows : '
Ephraim Diggles was a younger brother of I am doing no harm; said I surlily.
self in
knew what his dinner safe solitary places as much lUll as oftenas THE MunnERors ASSAULT! AND BCROLARY I '"Mebbe. incite he, butt thereain't
I was enough ; she could. The drank their Farmer Tubbs, 11111H11 once lJl'CI the petted<< said
beer in
and his little joke was threadbare Toin men AT OAKSTEAD.-Ephraim Digglcs/ a tramp, spoiled and !self-willed joy of a widowed no path, through these incdders. Yuttnuirn't
t Tuhbs loved his joke, but invention was not the yard, and conversed in hoarse whispers. "; was charged on remand with having, on the mother. He had UlU young betted andguitbleid : come here.'
t his forte and when no novelty presented speculating about the "coroner's 'quest, 2'iil: ultimo, broken into the (iwelling-hnuse till his portion was wasted mal ; he hud: "The utter absurdity of my feelings arc a

( itself to his imagination, he could ise his the motive of, the murder and other highmatters of Simon Leggat, at Oakstead, with stealing then been assisted: more titan| once by his wonder to me now. There was nothing to '
and .
.luw1thl' breath of life rolled
old jokes over again, with 'perfect content- ; the five1 'pounds nine shillings and otherarticles brother, who, some \'CnnlO, had supplied t.iko offence at. and I knew it well. Yet his
1 went and full enjoyment. Mrs. Tuhbs went once more through/ nostrils of the wounded and with violently assaulting: the him with the means of emigrating. He had, healthy, l happy face, and his patent prosperity -
man and still by his side watched and
through thu little performance with a sense ; mute said Simon Leggat. This brutal assault! of gone California, and had for time done came upon me in its sale and bitter contrast -
I I'
of relish, rather as delighting in her Ii us. tended with lips, with vigilant eye, which we published a full account at the well ; hit his passion for play had again almost like a Personal wrong, and to be
band's satisfaction than us bending her own with ever ready hand), the good wife the time it will be remembered was committed ruined him, and loathing himself for his ordered oil the old) meadows, where I had
mind to such frivolities. very sunlight ot whose being lay there hovering between the hours of 1 and 2 p. mil. on the weakncsj and had: caused: a report played him so often, almost maddened
This ; between life and death. 2:111: ultimo The prisoner was: found on the 111he "I
morning, when what she was going his death to he his brother, and me.
to provide was nothing to her husband, she: Farmer Tubbs did not die. Dr. Laver was following day sleeping in a barn at Colsey I assumed<<1 the name of Ephraim Diggles/ ." \Vrluit's yowr name ?' he asked and I
had her husband's favorite dinner. to cooka quickly in attendance, and his ,verdict waited Green with blood on his clothes\ and hands. which, he h:1IIIl seen on a Midland tombstone felt, still with that sense of wrong that made
i duck and green peas, preceded by a hard fur with, hungry eyes and ears, was suchas None of the missing: property was found mil had rcmbcred. me angry with m"il'It; and with him, and
dumpling, and followed by a current and to give hope, if not to inspire( confidence. upon him, though it is! alleged'that/ he was For several l'al he had I\CII miserable everything, that regarding me with
,' rasberry tart and a 'ustarll-lIlld sho had to Slowly cunscinusness"came! back, but Dr. auetriu the neighborhood of t.eggut'Scuttuge hand-to-mouth life ; till : ago a cuiiosity; ,thought tvitheutrecngttition.i
keep a lookout on the servant who, as Mrs. leaver strictly forbade all questioning for a on the day preceding the assault. Leggat great heurt-hnnger seized him to see his native '"Ephraim:,; Diggles,' said I, giving tho
Tubbs[ would say, if my eyes are oir her for time, and curiosity had nothing to feed on still lies in a very ('riticlIlstntc, and thc mag land again, to smell the breath of the name I hak assumed ever since I was cruel
c moment goes and does somewhat wrong but what the village constable was willingto istrates granted a further remand till Wednesday ml'll\-Wt.t. and willow-weed in the old enough to send him home a false account of

or Tails a startin' at not.iin' that vacant that disclose as the result of his investigations: ; next The prisoner who looked very familiar field, to look on the old farm my death.
It would rile yow In yuwr bCMt :hllllla "go-to- and this was little enough; the only additional haggard and listless, denied that he was! guilty where his happybnyhaud was passed; ; You bean't from these parts?'
nieotin' dress to sec her." item being that spud had been found though he said he deserved anything perhaps to brothers hand, and to N o.'

tai Everything was dune tea turn, and to the with clotted blood and )hair upon it. The that. might happen to him." obtain the ra.l of I making, though late, I '_\ .where du yow come from ? And
i. diinutc and :Mrs. Tubbs with kitchen doctor had no hesitation\ in saying that the Farmer Tubbs slowly spelled out this paragraph start in I new all better life. where are yow gohr'tu ?' hea *ked.
wound could not have been the result of read it and re-read, it till he knew it What
y' apron thrown all; her face bright as the a lie hail trLlpcllllowlI from Liverpool ti the Il'vi has that to do withy
morning, with clean collars and culls, was in fall, and in the long lush grass where he was by heart. It was about one o'clock on the Essex on foot expending l his last coin on OI m : Ilskl'lllcf'l'lr.I
state to have served the banquet: to /a furo I.But I. found 1, there was nothing; that could<<1 have ill) of July that he had: met with this mysterious the wayuu getting; fIr his only meal on "I CU't you a strange rush of

FarmerTubbs: had not come house lies accounted for even a slight wound. No one accident ; and full twenty miles< away, the last day's journey the drink of milk at feeling C':113 1\r: Il'-nl cr, shame, biter
,hud guns down to tho water meadows and was known to bear him u grudge; ; he was almost at the same moment, as! it seemeil, Oa k.t1.. remorse, I whole legion of devils
.had not returned popular with all classes in the village, hien1'n this outrage; had been committed. The coincidence In I feverish and' irritable frame of mind have possessed Il'. There was something ,

,' When the intimation was brought to Mrs.! were the envy of all in their own appeared( to puzzle him ; his! pipe and body he had, accidentally encountered lit'nay tlrecrsclt'thnughIsupNse; in the
l'J'.ublu-whll was a gtt-at disciplinarian rank, for Farmer Tubbs was kindly and generous went out and he sat there with it in his his brother, and had made himself known to tone in which I answered, for Thomas cried

; pressed her lip.-' a little tighter, and sent her almost to a fault, homely and familiar mouth for a good hour, apparently unconscious Ii II. out :
) darning..; ncellI.with iiicreasc.l vigor into the and though firm in all his business affairs of the fact. After tea, Mrs.( Tuhbs got 1 am able to give nearly in his own words Lord< stockings/ ; but slit said nuthin When the he was never harsh. Rubbery could not out the draught board'as usual, and though John Tubbs account of that inlcr\icw. as mind. me o' MlllllltUS as i is dead and gone !
little cluck chimed the quarter past one have been the motive, for ids watch and he l'nerlllly'c: her two and beat her ('aciI related some months afterward. He[ was I Why, it ('al nivver he. Yow tun't Jack
: ) chain still in his fb anti the in I ly, they now played even,anti he was hullidover education Tubbs
a'r, .;rew stiffer and her were money man superinrtnlii'elderirith- arc yow ? Gad's<< sake, man, let's look
lips began to move, his pocket was untouched. and) over again er and in knocking;; about the world had lost at VuW.'
; .
,,t "Now really Thomas: ," she said apostrophizing The mystery was not cleared up when "I can't play, to-night; he said, IIIr his provincial I''l'nt. "The dear old fellow's voice quivered, and
; I head's muddled. I'll take walk roun'dthe
,. the absent farmer vow don't deserve with returning !strength his wife began to just toddle "That night at Oakstead," he said, "I had I could feel his bund trclhll'us he placed it
garden and then I'll the wood
,, to have a ;good dinner, that yow don't question him. hill" up almost given up the hope I of reaching Lyke- on my! shoulder. Knowing what you know,
x And I shouldn't wonder if when yow come lIe had just waked up one day from a hal, and resigned myself to lie down and I can hardly expect you to believe me when
} r. ? tumid, you've hellli Mpilin' your anpctitc( with( long and healthy sleep, with a brighter/ and lie by the rllal: I catln' raw turmuts or some such na tinells. healthier look on his face than she had seen CHAPTER II. lows'who-stopped( to speak tome, I know precious, hit 1 black wave of self-
)" Bat any sort o' u Is good enough when !since! he was brought home. The slow days spent themselves and Farmer would have given me a crust. had I asked loathing swept over that feeling ; it seemed

wittlca is dried\ up. or flabby ; only if Yow fl'cllJett'r now, don't yow, Thom Tubbs moved in his wonted routine ; a thl'l; but the 1II'llr.r the last time I to touch, e\'cry better. impulse as Ole after
I four know'd tho duck was gooin' to be as ?" asked the hright-e 'ccl little woman, little paler and weaker but daily gaining was at Oak tead. with money in my pocket another rose swiftly in JIII HI and to

y, ar.ilcII'i this way, it shouldn't been killed. who never. left him. strength He. was restless\ however and was and hope in my heart, came upon )strongly change' it to something fiendish UI" dread.
1." "A mother, that ayduav'll; !soon be often observed to take from his pocket newspaper I al,11 should have choked had: I tiied to A moment more he had me in his arms.
Hat the darning went on, and the ,duck (pure'y: ages; now" he answered. cuttings and read them diligently. beg there. But when that buxom girl came and was: pressing my devilish heart to his
uu LT Martha's superintendence; accommodated DJ yow feel) strong enough to talk a The man Ephraim Diggles wus committed by with her milk (pail there was soinetning honest, manly breast, and was sobbing over
l itself to circumstances as best it could ; bit ?" she asked. for trial at the assizes, and when the day su kindly in the tone of her voice that itbroke'down me, and calling me 'Jack, dear Jack !I' and

and Farmer\ Tu th'..arm chair stood yawning "'\'\', old gal," he said with a faint smile."Av came round. Farmer Tubbs would fain be my reserve. aughmgand! crying, now holding/ me from
ll at the end of the table. can talk u little bit ; not much. sty there to see. You look tired, Ilaiter she suit" tin, to lank in my face, now drawin" me

4, {"Martha, run up to the front betlronntand ain't much at talkin' ; that ain't my line; ay The court was crowded. for the case had I am tired,' I IU'ere,1: ,hoping she too closer and closer ;i'he was wild with jov .

," look if yow ('an.sec yowr master! cumin" and leave that to the wimmcn." excited much interest. The )prisoner, witha would go on and I'a'u my wretchCI- "And this after all that 1 had done, and .
ItI mini yow ,Iun t put them dirty hands -1 "Tell me how it happened. Who doneit worn and weary look upon; his face, n e ) all that I had b,11! He was ready to give
t ; don't want to hunk at 'cm to know they are ?" pleaded) Not guilty," in a hard, mechanical Hev you come fur?' she asked. more than the prodigal son's welcome to
f dirty-d.m't yow nut 'em on the curtains," "Done what ?" he asked. tone. Duringthe whole trial his thoughts '"Ay, has said I, nuUt I am afraid I've the' prodigal hrolu.'r.
F1 cahleiloutMrs.Tubbs. Half murdered yow," she replied) curtly. seemed to be wandering, and) it was with apparent come on a useless errand after all.: "Cornea' up to the farm, J:1k' paid I
a' Every step that Martha made on the stairs ,rhn?" he said "Why nobody. Yow etl'ort that he had brought them backto : How fur,' she IHllr'l.l, hev yow come he; nsv ml- .' be waitin' by this
; yvIm I is anus to make out some the evidence! ) that ?' Yow shall tell all
$VHindwd: like twenty ; that was Martha's men : tryin' attend was ,given. to-II tle me about it us we
'J way. A gentle snui",1 good girl, but given fine story oranother. Yow marn't make a The points of the case as sworn by the various 'A matter of thirty miles, I guess: said t go along. ,
to plutter over whatever she put her hands fuss about a little thing. 1 hurt myself l.lIin' \ witnesses and by Simon Ixggat were, I. But I've been walking as much or more I hail never doubted, all that dreary At- I

to. Unlike the sleeping prince.- her breathfogi (.. I all U -l'." to the edict t that Ix-ggat, a widower now for than that e'er.lar for a week, and I'mnearlvdcutl lantic voyage.nor all that weary trump. (ruin \
were heard in chambers far: buts "That's 1 nonsense, Thomas and yow two years, lived alone in his cottage, and Ivlrll"II, thatTom would ,rgjveusesxwner
; there was something so unusually allnt. in know it. There ain't nothin' for you to that no was retried to have a good bit of .You nivver reckon to O. nun furdertonight I forgive myself.. 'He will
her breathing on this occasion, something so hurt yourself agcn doon! i i' the water-mead money hid away somewhere; that a neighbor do you ?'* the asked, with such wo round,' I had said to myself thousands come of 1'

I I.k like u smothered cry, that Mrs. Tubbs listen- owe' '* Mrs. Bcnso'n, who looked alter his. domestic manly compassion I in tho tune that I could tII 1 had lot )looked fur such a frank
I. lid',;and talking to herself; as was her won't, "On, ay ; and how do you think it happened affairs for a few hours' daily, had on have cried like a baby. overwhelming; reception as this! aastyetthut| '
aid : ) then ?" said he. I the day in question. left his house as the '" Ye my good girl.' said I ; 'I have fiery devil in my blinxl, aiiinst which
I *' What: have yow been doin' now, 1 wonder Why some villain struck yow, Thomas, clock was striking: one ; that he had bolted twenty miles. more to do, and I must do son and affection were lighting. made rea
:' Brukkcn sumnut, I warr'nt ; fer, fer and it's:1O: use vow hem wsoft-hearted as the front dour after her And then gone to them while I can put one foot before the l>ttl.IvIlt'JractI7lsWtable., u7"reasonable." mc

R au' ctln', wllliii' gal, yow are the clumsiest to try to 8l'l't'enIilll\ for If heV above ground. work in his garden, A few minutes afterward other.' Xo. Tunl' I said, 'I won't 4
) I* yowr fingers thutcver hone: across. Ah." I'll }have him," she said with t'l1r..r. tor he, thought he heard!some one moving "Tin woundsorry! for yow maister the ftlI. Give me a little come up that I

t l she t *went onus Martha delayed), "y'ow don'tlike yow may as well tell wp 1111 about. in the house, and), hastening: to sec who it I she said simply. h there anythingay kendo mI': go and get something to eat money and) drink
to costa and tell mo what vow ha* done, hAY can't tell yow nothin' more, mother could be, ho had found a man with his back: I for yow ? and then when I am more myself I tell
1 i'U'gobail. And I don't wonder\ at it. But he replied. Let 'un bide, let 'un bide. toward him, rifling his bureau which had Nothing,' I said), unless yon think you you all, and you shall see whether wi

t yow''ha' to do it, my gal and yow may as Yow moyther me, claverin' about it.. It been broken open; He uttt'rl'\ll\n exclamation may give me a drink of that mik. give me a new start, I don't: deserve it and can
B'eW\ come at once." makes my head queer." ; the man turned), and at one blow felled' IIy..' she anwtrl'll, ay \. that and 1 won't pretend thai I do.' ,
t 'n Iambs:, did not come : her long-drawn Mrs. Tubbs was afraid of u relapso. if he and stunned him lie knew no'more. He row'n' kindly welcome to it. Here's wishing Sot come up to the farm said

brcatbtni wore heard still, but there. was no were at all excited, and this hint was enough I could notwear positively that the piisoner it was more I could du she added, a he' -imit'| yaw shall, ef,I m:11'
iinakentelt. to tie her tongue for the present. With a was (the man, but he was like bins I she handed me at infill. myself,' and he stretched out carry yow.
+ thou along Mirtlm" called Mrs. Tubbs. little dUsatisfied grunt she dropped the subject Two or three witnesses swore positively I walked, on the strength of that milk, arms as he SJNke. hisstrong.. loving I, I

,t; "If/row can't son him, it's no use waitin'; only to resume it again with gathered that they had seen the prisoner the evenI I all the eight, but I "ulktltlowl'unt l painfully "I started' back. That cursed ,) m
com along, and get: on wi' )'uw'r work;" energy determination when she could lug before.. the assault, lurking in a dry ditch ': and when in the morning I caughtsight uuy }mIl ; I d 'n'tkuw| what the was in f -=
Tnero was no re-sjMmse, and I Mrs. Tubbs'feiri do so with safety.flat near the cottage, and hada>ked him what t he, I{ of the dear old 1 t his again, and sawLykeham I was, but 1 swung it round violently impulse
1 I strength did not render the I was doing: to which he replied that he '! ; and
r were strongly excited. Shehud an oldWorcester returning : \ was spire rising \ trees, the joy there at sty feet la tl'ccnll's "obiWt
{ ). punch \bowl, which she knew to farmer coimnnnirative. 1 le would not ,, only resting u bit, us he had twenty miles too that stirred, in me was as tl'nllrl'tot Ir thl'r Gush ever and
1 1i bagreat( m ) I"1 value, and which was of allow others to quest ion him ; his wife's remonstrance b j the sense ol shame at the thought of;the SLhmnCl1! to lute dead save tu man-
ft far in.iro than money value to her. It was he endured, but did not respond tine witness, a milkmaid, salt that he had j I mother who hud nursed me within 1 tuntntiuf Itrckel in the i by my hand ;
f them."Thomas. a.kt'\llu'r for drink of milk. ant had.. 111101//I the village bells of the tttth very act of I'ourhlgut*
Oiled with dried rose leave, anil placed in ) tu a good brother whoselove un lle, i gl' fashion1the
ji i' her. piro: bedroom- and now the thought ." she said, one evening, when her ht had. not a halfj'eniiy in the world. ( to me had been *) l'mlt..nt.. and of all treasures of h""rCu love., What IUJhot
i fljshed on her mind that'Martha had broken he had got down. stain again and the the opportunities; I hu.ll revkksslythrown blank to me. I have followed U a
j! tuft bowl and dared nut come to make con.fusion. than other tongue was not impeded by lUo-1 This I is an Essex proverbial saying whena .":\ of rushing madly a confused recollection
j I' 1 don't sup'psi' .se slue had ever heard of bringing;, about relapse' I nivver! thing, g."lln| U-H-lf, defeat' iu end by exIruvugaace'I hash my phvsical.strength been greater not, farl..1 not where over the I country I knew
'. worried about little things, nor I think I should, after toilsome rut have sunk
of Othello, but with her us with him 011( yow my J.JrDlY down at lost where I was found in sheer ex'rIlE -
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THE FLORIDA M1UK011: MARCH 2G.luiustioti. (). J:

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I hail takl'lIl1o food or drink for 1'erllllzcrs.-! ICenl 1'wlalc.roil :" I' (looks and Sfationerj-; : I Tor Tninpii and Key Went* .
('1 ht1I1I1forlIl1ntro.: nothing but that ---- -------- ---------- --- ----- VIA

drink of milk and those accursed, spirits: ; otTl.1)) A ('O.'S SAM: IIiIt.t'l: n It I: U'.
and little enough I had for days: before thai. riViJIIW Steamship"" 'O'S I.INI,

"I woke in the hands of the (police with ................................................................. Wholesale and. BefallIJOOJS --------------- I
the of hideous nightmare .
!souse upon
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it all Kick to mind. I !
Slowly mine my ) 1'I:1tTntrltt'5 Z' f'i
doubted that blow fatal .. ,. S'I''IOXI.tn'nd: ;
never my (proved .
and, whcn'1'li iiini came forward III court ................................................................. I I .\ DIIKIIMHM: IIOTIL, I \
my lirst thought, was that hit angry spirit .\ MTSICA \
hal, been permitted, to come and reproacl IS TUB: 11KST:: flsCARRYING
tile" situate( directly on the Railroad, !) W I"T HvvSTHKT\ : : ,
So: in effect and nearly in these word": r IIIiXO for FALL OARDKNS being! ]
} Tin: r. s. MAIL.
Jack Tubbs: told hloll: >lorThere was som( little delay\ which the good: farmer had not keep all insects! at a rt,.{,t.'lfllllliolIIlIlt't': I IX ONE OF THE: J.\l'K OX'ILI.I1"LOmUA.: ---- 1

,. anticipated: : in procuring; his: acquittal' For sale in anv quantity, large or mall, ,
Other witnesses: : had: to summoned\ to (con and\ country orders) : delivered\ FRKK: 1111'' ())\ 1 I': of the, staunch and elegant Steamers q

firm the goad f1!lmv's: statements: ; and. the boats or ears Vegetable growers, TRY ITUULD HEALTHIEST: PARTS: OF FLORIDA. of the ah"n'lIl'\ will leave Cedar Key .
judge, nn austere man. oven urged upon him ( .\: CO.. every Monday at 4,110 p. III., for ..
the duty of prosecuting: his brother for assault 04 3m 8 W. Hay St., Jacksonville" Fla.
in thclnlerl' Ioof's,1t'll'IThlIItlac.: .. jr-ft-.Seliool Rooks SIt''I"lty.'thICh'r Tampa, :Muimfec {
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the! !suggestion; quite took away the For particulars address: .. .. Ami Itrntdeiitowii
farmer breath and so prevented J.d\11I11 J. X. KOItKOX A SOX, ,
I"JOmn.)11IlOH I : und Oeeiin SfetiiiiboniN.n .
utterance to language of min' ,rccctle11tes1 und every Monday and Thursday at 4.00p.
Fernandina Fla.
strength which, would certainly have ensured 53-tf : ". lit. for
his committal contempt of court. Hi: I r('o..a..lls"iion :l1..a''IUlII." I .('r'11(1KGAN, i, i x i: ''tj.r .

arms were open as ever to receive the brothe ... I ,'......, ItitNHii"" uiul Key Went.

who had been lost and was: found who had :: l
;. been 11'allall,1 was IIlh'c n .Iill. lie took for CII.\mITOX: $. C., -
him a firm in the Maine l'Ollllh'-for Farmci .-. \. Connections made lit Cedar Key with the

'Tubbsisa: \\'ll-tn-dnaanthathasnothfld-. ; : I themselves" strictly to their \\ Florida Transit t Railroad from and l to All ,
ren-and, in it J.iclc i is now a thriving man CONFINING solicit j points North and \\ est ; at I'nnta Ra.tsa: with '
: 1Il' !\, respectfully: con
'Irs.'I'ubl: : has never been brought; to receive !signments. Steamer for Fort, Mycr, Fort Ogden, and 1
him, or to listen to any excuses made PincLc\cl.

for him, and this: I is the only,' drop of bitter ---------------- Through Tickets are on mile at Fenian-
in the honest! farmer's happiness IT.------------11 *<- Jinn Jacksonville (iaincsville! and Ceib
"I toll 1 yy IM' kti ,.v wi: > it wn, J 1'IltTI1.1lI: n S. \ Key, at greatly: reduced rates, for all princi\

Thomas," ! hanged, whoever it was.! llowsomevcr!' seeing J. M. GALP1IIN.: Geu'l Ag't) ,
r yow lire all right again.! Illon't want In This business has been our special trade FOR NEW: () nLI'J.'lmy: : OTllIm1o'BI 13 Cedar Key, Fin.
bear no malice, and I don't Wish him tin ill: for over twenty and. we have endeavored i \ ).\y. I --
but don't let him come nigh tae for, i I to furnish our planting friends: a PURFART1ULK : I II I ;;tr SAVANNAH, FERNANDIXA: : T
couldn't abear it. !It dares mo to think o\ :, and! their ('nIlIIIlUetll''lrona' e i i" I,
what be done, and 1 know if ever we meet I I our best indorsement., "'l' are prepared tn i ANDACKSONVlLLEtto
shall give him a chicc ov my mind such a1 (fill orders feral kinds of Fertilizers l'Ihl'r FOR KEY: \nO'I'xn:: i HAVANA
might breed ill blood.. with our Cotton and\ Corn Fertili/.er and Tin': ,' ,( )ArpOWX \ ;...,.. :
"Yow are too hard on 'im mother," was Compnund Acid, Phosphate.

the reply He was kind! a li ht-h'nele,1 J. N. UOIl':OX it SOX, IMPROVEMENT; COMPANY.Fcriiiimliiia I'r......... ................ .......................
when be done it, and even then 'twas more GG Charleston S, C. j

accident: than anything else.! Hnt yow 4han't .. I j TllltOUUll LINK i-
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PARSONS: ,t HALE): Agents, ii
be pressed about, it.; You'll come round i itime. i' i i
." f.Wt: Cedar Key, Fla. .+............... ................................t.4-
II. J. BAKER & Jllt(). ._, .
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As yet howc'cr.Irs.. Tubbs shows no
signs of "coming round."-AH the ear Town on It. 1C. Line, M I A L (LORY'S vu

Round. And (.('tlur Key .
1'I.OUln.S'I""SIlII.: I.IM':.
_____ _ __ _.u.._ ____ S] ISLAND) IU+l'E.
Only l>iroe( I.lne lo New York.

I Majiufacturers of Ol\ .'nt to Lessees:! : and Purchasers a largo
II number of the most:! eligible and desirable:! X""I'" 4V ;1lulanzus' Hail SteuniSailing T"": OEOHOI.\{ !n FLORIDA\ *

I Y I..otol: suitable for, Husiness Purposes: or for skip IJnc. I INLAND[ J TfoMlOA'I': \ CO.
City or :Suburban Residences: ,
-+-( III ]lIC.\. 1"IIt'fll.IZI'US.1 : .-+- \ from I'\'rlu"ltlillal'\'l'rr two a'eeksout -

t'POX EASY TERMS.Liberal :;. : S. S. ('It" of .Austin"" tj ... -.'.
.I ( :Srivr..Ns.! 1 lw "" I..... !_' '- -,
1 "upturn : : t l l\a\ t t J".JI "&I
)Discounts: on Values: allowed to ---j 't..., r.. i :
.. .
parties: engaged in maniif.u: 'hiring; or industrial S. S. 'nrondelef I :: .. .,.,. /
enterprise"\ who will erect on the property Captain, \ HICK.TIM : A ,';' ;...;:;rJ'-----
purchased: substantial: : improvements
--------- in which conduct their
for residence:! or to :J.J. AMI
:f1"on.\X( I tj.
; business.: ,

-1 -- -'I'RII: --- : ::!, exemption for a term( yean from 1 \...\:",:
$ i i a taxation, offered. by the !!several 'itit'SlInel --- TOAll
larsapa ;: )I\XtJIU ... tua n'4. Apply atiTOiliceeor. :. -w.: ; : : ,L- t..o-:

-. Reach & nth !>!Fernandina.: ': FINE: STEAMSHIPS: : : 1'oiiilNorlli" nnd Went,

Is roT.pnnnd of the virtues of sar< aparil. Ki-tf( "'IS'I'IUX.'I'IX.S.; : : '
---- -- oll'eriiig, comfoit( unrivnlcd, !, a delightful full
la. htillingia! inaiidraUe, 'I'lOIlol'k.\ with '
tine\ iod.de of potash! and Iron, all powerful A Most Superior Ailicle, under uur own5pCcinl ('.t \1''I', h IIINKS I i over u strictly I inland water-course/ full of

blood-making.! : blood-cleansing{ und life-sus Formula.K3T .. ('1'CU' AMAS. i interesting!1 i ".';'llI'ry.
taining;: eVuiiMits.: it is the purest safest, The PAI.U SriaMriu,
ami mos.t effectual alterative! medicine t CA1T. RISK.
known or available to the public. The sciemes 1'L0ItIIA ,
I: of the III"t\t' :Steamersill leave
tlf medicine and chemistry\\'" never ONE' '( lIa for New York every Friday Captain, JOHN:> FiryuiuiAi': ,
produced! so valuable a remedy, nor one sopotent
((10 suit the tide).
all diseases resulting from
to cure :: This line ( transfers to make AM II
: having no :
impure band,: It cures Scrofula and
a'.l! scrofulous diseases Erysipelas, COMPLETE MANURES bet I weenFERNANDINA (TI'CU' nitiixii: ,

Kose, 01 St Anthony's Fire, IMniplcs : \ AND NEW: YORK,
I and l''ace-grubs, I'nstnles, Blotches, Captain\ ----,
Oilers the
1 Boils, Tumors, Tetter, Humors,
trait Rheum, ScnUVhead, IIIng-\vorin, Poll KVUUY FA KM CROP, REST: AND I ( 'iiI[ 1'\: I'J'-T::; TRANSPORTATION : : Lcave.hu'ksun1111ucyery. M olldav.\\'('I IIII' .

I'tcers, Sores Khe'.imatism, Mercurial TO FLORIDA:\ SlIIITKRS.: ihayand l'rldayby Steamboat, Express: 11:15

Disease, Neuralgia, Female Weaknesses Vegetables and Fruits Willl'I""l'\\'c\ special\ II. m,
and Irregularities, Jaundice 1 Prepared Oil scientific principles to supply care ;in handling.I'ASSKNUKR Leave FermindliMi by Steamer Floiida, on
Atlections of the Liver, Dyspepsia, arrival of Train.w
Emaciation, and General Debility.By the exact plant food for each crop, !so as :: : ( \: ACCOMMODATIONS: ) )() ARKFIRSTCLASS : Arrive! at Savannah every TuesdayThurs

its searching: and cleansing:: qualities: to produce large yields JUT acre. I : day and :Saturday, H a. m. .
it purges; out the foul coiruptions which Tin: ri.oicin.i The traveling; public are offered the advantage (Close connection; made ut Savannnli with
contaminate: the blood and cause derangeiutnr of a H/HEWI': I.INVI'll!: 11)11'!' Palaco SteiimshhHof: till! OCEAN: I'll'J'AM.:
and tlet'a,'. It stimulates and eiilh ens r AND AND) IMMIGRATION( COMPA'Y ANY CIIAMiKS. Connections made at.Jacksonville SHIP/ C'() I1'ANY.'I'r\' Wednesday and
the viral functions, promotes, energy and ALSO IKLKIW IN j .. with all\ Meainboats! for all :Saturday I for New Yoik. Also with Koston,

strength, restores: and preserves health and OFFERS: nines on the! :St. John's' Ocklawnha, and Raltimore: and I'liiliubIphia Mcumtrs, IlIIet
iufuvs ueW life antI vigor throughout: tho I'RiMI:101IICUITLi1tL C1IKMICALS; ; 600.000'rt'I't' \Indian( Rivers, and with the Transit Railroad with i all rail lines to all points North and
who.e iystem..No sufferer from any ills- at Fernandina. fur all railroad stations W-st.bur.
e..e: which arises from impurity of tho Of the unlitACCE.SS11U,1 in FloridaFRKKJIIT State-Ruunas ami Through Ticket,
blood: need who will givo AVEK'S&AU..U'.UII.L.
i : .\ a fair,trial.It :; AND DESIRAULE; ]
is: folly to experiment with the numcrou I .>lt, A Alden'M ToiirlMt OdlccMt
low- priced mixture-, of heap materials: ACID. PHOSPHATES:! .$-Throagh; Rates and (lIilllt I of Lading I

and without 1I1..tlHllal'll'tlws., ofercd! as 5'f.1'fiOl': FLORIDA, lo all points. JlIl'kKol\villl'-C'orru'r( of Hay and Ocean
hithl-pnritlers\ : w'bile di is.ite bci'omen morn For passage;; or further information, apply\ \ '
Streets :St. Augustine Max 1IIIoIIIII""lIr \ ,.
linniy seated.! An i&',. S\ltl\I'\ItILL.\ is: a MURIATE: ; POTASH, At only $l.i"> per acre! to new settlers, with tll ; "
I the 1'ust Olliet 1'alatku W. O. Wollx.Hughes' .
ineiticine of such concentrated curative I the privilege of detection! in parcels: of 10( R. W. SOUTIIW1CK') Agent, ; -
) Store Fermindina :
Drug Egmout
power, that it i.s by far ll'e: best dll'lIl't."t.| SULPIIATB: OF S01)A/ acres or more. 'flit':ve lands are located on Ft r.iamlina Hole) ;
! > and und adjacent! to the line of the GUSTAVE; LEVE.Jen'l : :.
Physicians know its cunniosilion pre.sert'e Tier W last River, New York. IMf( '
\'' it. It h.is been widely\ used for forty NITRATE; OF j.OU.SUl'I'm'1I0I'lIA'fI' ; .\, -----. -- --- -' -- ( !>./Ag't Sea I Maud Route.:
\ears.. and has won the III 'lllaliliet'uuli.- .ITJUUU. ; S'UnVI.I.a: ; ,
has ",'lIdltetl.I ll-'W O Manager.TbT. .
deuce of millions whom it
( : : : LIME, :: CO.'H R. It., -- ---- -- .
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Cn.. Tin HTKAMK1LS: .; MARY'S RIVER "1i 3S.
extending& from FKRXAXDIXA: ( the Atlantic .
I 1'iurtlcal and .Viniljtlral ClieiuUU, SULPHATE: MAGNESIA: tr--- -- V ----.* : .'IU''I'; s HMIIM.N
to CEDAR; Kion: ; the Gulf coast! S'I"1)
Lowell, Mass. t ... .JOIIXS : % J <;TI'.0 I \ "' | J X *' ""
HOLD BY ALL KKUOC-ISTi :VERVWtfKRIS.1)ATiTS : thus ado rd ing to the producer cheap, constant .
I "- ----- ------
"Stric-IIy I nrc Ground Ituiie. und rapid, trun: : portution to the best,

t obtained for new hn'entioas, markets.
i in old!
or i r improvements
I. ones. Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand Our dn'ulars'c full particulars and are The belt of country Il'Il\'l'J'SI'111y the Trail. -- ...:...;., !"" .
I mailed frl'tl all contain sit !R. R. embraces
all patent: business promptly attcndidto. ) applicantThey' Tug: HTKAMEIU
INVENTIONS THAT 1IAVK HKKXIlKJKCTKl ': information that will be of service to those
) may btill, in most ('Ul'l'l. be jut- buying or using Fertilizers 3-lm l''mtYItIl'ry: OF SOIL ,.' 1. () It A MAUTIIA,

toast by us. Being opposite the 1T. S. Patent Captain RICIMKUMIN, Captain\ ,
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OtJil'. and engaged; ; PATENT; I5USINBAS l'ost-OJJfce Xottcc. to be found in the state, a large proportion leave Ferimndina Juckmnivillc -

: KXCLVSIVKLY.we( securepat- icing |eculiarly adapted 1 to the culture of' WILL l'ulutkulIl1el intermeiliutc (land- ;:..,-. DAILY SERVICE.: *
cuts in less time, than those who arc remote Office Jfuiiri--Vroin H.OO: A. M. to 0:00: p. M. HEMI-TKOPIC/L FnfiTsand 1 Early: Vegetable<< \ *, Jugs on the St.' John'H River, and Savannah -
from Washington Money Orders and Registered Letters from md Charleston, an folows:
When Inventors send model or sketch 8.()) A. M. to 1:00: p. M.: and from 2:00 p. M, und The large, Cumimtt Hwlit of Timlei The Flora leave Fernandina forSt.Marr'iRiver

we make search in the Patent Otlice. and tit( 3:30: p. M. Sundays from 10:30: to 11:30: A, make these lands worthy C.,ili'Ui EX-: From I'eniandlnu landings every Monday, WednevfuT

advise u-s to its patentability free of charge.Correspondence M. and 3.30: to 4:30 p. M. #1 1/\'.TIO.\ by manufacturer of LCMIIKU FOIL JACKSONVILLIJ( : AM J'ALATKA, nud and Friday Saturday.-returning on Tuesday, Thumday
confidential fees re.ison- ARRIVAL AM: DKPIKTTKE OF Ill? MAILS.
r able ; and XO CHAUGK UXLI....,..') 1'ATKXT Northern MiU-Arrives daily at 10:30: A. M. AND NAVAL STORE4. :f.-iJ'" KVKUY: WJ-UXJ''i\: : Tht Martha leaven Fernandina for sum
h jH.ints every Tuesday, Thurwlay and Batuf.
Clones 3.00 .
IS OIJTAIXKD.We : : p. )f.SJldhem
NEW: SETTLERS;: From FernandinaFOIl ,1.t.v-.r returning every Monday, WtdmwHI
I refer by | permission to the City Postmaster Mail-Arrives 3:30 p. M. -, und Friday.Thro.
I and to the of the Closes 10:00 M.fit. .
Superintendent : A. 8AVANXAH AND aiAULKSTOKtar :
land from this are furnished
!I 1'.m4-()tflce Money Order Division in Washington. J/'ir"r fJI"l1i'"dtr'fill J/a /- Purchasing company u git Rills of Lading. t
'! For >|>ccial: references, circular, adVice Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 P. )I. with entire free uuiye on the Transit /tar: \ F'IUUAY. fg

,, terms, t..te, addressC. Closes Moiulavs and Thursdays at $KM) A, M. Railroad fur family und jxTsonal flTecU Close connitioii<< made with steamers for by MALLORY'H LINE of Steamers to all

A. SXOW A- CO.. St. J/'i/Vt, n".oJ.1f- to the station nearest the land purchased.TITLE I h. cltllllville und (Enterprise: also with ttcum* (M,ints on tho Ht. Mary's.Connection.

:2-tf Opp.Patent<< Oflice Washington! 1)('. Arrives Mondays and I Thursdays at .00 A. M.Tuesdays COMPLETE I :, being deriml< ---- -- ---- : and Fridays at 2:30: ( p. N.
with steaineni for New York 1'ltilatll'll'hla.IStljI.oIl ,
FOR SAM:. .\\'tln'"da'tlantISat'llay at 0.00: A. ". ;runt from ,the United States ullIllIJrl'lu1."c! and I Haltimorc.and ut Charleston with Savannah made with SteamiTs the New York, Charleston and

DWELLING: HOUriB; COXTAIXIXJ( Closes Tuesdays, Wednesdays, from the State of Florhla.CORRIiSPONDEXCK. steamers for Sew York, I'hiladelphla' hall!.
A nine n> mis, well tini-hedand) furnished Fridays and Saturdays ut 2:30 p. )I. nore. and Northeastern & SOuth Curlo- GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS

with lot of land 200x3.V feet never-failing. SML.T. Rll.DEU. P. M. ; ; SOLICITED.Dcxcriptive :( \lint Itailroud fur route North, East and I for 1'ass. .uugers. ExcuoionUtit; und Tourists,

lvellof tank i will lind this attractive
water lmrrelsgo Went.niLSTCLSH u trip,
rapacity feisty ; --- -- -- --- -- --- -- -- very lu limit
barn and out 'buildings. number>r of orange HIO ICeuurd << M m und (Ttu'cLAtcsniailcdon Kcnery is grand, und ulligutom ami otlict'
ahd fig; trees, twentv-tive varieties of TOM* ; application. ( I'AKSKXdKK; ACCOM MO- game are abundant

other tl.iwer and) shrubs ton numerous to Will l he givenor proof mention. For further particular apply to who d m.;. B. MURCH, Mist near the railroad shoji', and CiiOJH'e sirnaer. and alt information furnished ut otllce, for- Fur further information upplr: lo .
On the premise ut Old Town W. F. SOOTT. fir. IJea'-l- an.l bVventl tM.IGtt her Centre and He-con) btm-U. A. U. NOYflS; Agent.

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I THE FLORIIALi1WOP/[ get control 'of volume of (the indebtedness! MAUKET Olll1H'I'O.. The census!' of 1800 undoubtedly( showa 3IARION COUXT1'

,.t":". =- '_-- :.' :.::.-=., -.:;- =-:=--=.:.===-:.:::: and then there usually successful effortto No branch of industry of more Importance large increase in cotton manufactures III We republish from our valuable contemporary

.SM TVRDA I5;* i fi1RQ11 jM, AW/. fund the indebtedness and put it at inter has )been ,developed our State than that of (the South. A cotton mill is now successfully! !! the Ocala nanncr, with pleasure, the

t ___ est. Then comes a bond tax, and the unfortunate market gardening. For profitable development operated nt Tallahassee! and a mill with'the following\ valuable and interesting!! letter

THE LEGISLATIVEHESP()XSintL1TV u- taxpayer is forced to pay a double ) of this industry several things!; arc Clement attachment has been put in operation from Marion county, the writer of which we

FOR RAISING TAXES. principal and interest on that. The smaller requisite. An accessible! market, low rates I lit OOII:<.1ell. We hope, within ten years!, know lobe oncof the molt reliable and intelligent .

flic Increase! of taxation by the I legislature! taxpayers derive no !benefit from depreciated of transportation) and a suitable climate. to see cotton mill in every cottonproducing citizens of our State-a gentleman of

which has ju t adjourned cannot hut cause!' scrip, being usually: sellers instead of 'fhe natural condition of the soil is: of less county and principal town in this State. long experience in Louisiana: and South Carolina .

unfavorable comment. There was! a general buyers! and (peculators' arc the only parties consequence, us: that can, to a considerable New cotton mills arc going up in all the as a sugar planter and thoroughly

hope and expectation that such measures of who are benefited. degree, be manufactured to order. Southern states. One at Augusta will have well-informed agriculturist. We wish he

economy would be introduced ns to diminish We are now paying interest on a million\ 1'urtinately,1'loritia: )possesses all of these 31,000 spindles in operation. Girls earn in would oftener give the public the benefit of ,

instead of I iffcreuse the burdens of tax- and a quarter of State bonds mainly issuedto advantages. Lying )below the region iccand these factories from $3.50 to $,j a week. A his experience as a Florida planter and w

ation. To nn agricultural people an annual fund depreciated State ,scrip. The sooner snow, with all the advantages of an insular mill of 5,000 spindles employs about fifty orange grower : x

t tax of every county( city and town gets rid of position, with a due distribution of sunshine! hands. PAI.M GI.K.N, os OHAKOK LAKE )
nearly two cent, all their }
f, per upon ) scrip, the better for the tnx-payer and the and moNturc.givingtluit( : stimulating warmth MARION COUNTY, INN),
property, unproductive as well! as productive CHAXGLS IX TIME OF 11OL1UXGCOURTS letter in
In to regard
community. lE\n) SIR : reply your
is in so necessary to the rapid development) of
u heavy burden and towns where
Moreover the end the Ec?n?tint has!' in vegetable growth to the crops, productiveness and orange

I an additional two per cent is: added for municipal view, the reduction salaries and expenses, Accessibility to market is measured by We compile from the acts passed!' at the last growing of this part of our State it affords:

t : taxes, the real estate owner may well would be met by the argument that the scrip three conditions ; first, the means and facili- session the following revision:: of the several me great pleasure to give you such information
question the value of investments!' in town nets the terms of thecircuit courts : actual .
In which the salaries was paid was depreciated ties at the point of "shipment, whether by in have acquired from experience
property. High taxes in towns) mean high
l and hence they ought not to be re- vessel or railway ; second, the distance to FIRST CIRCUIT. during my residence here. Previous to
J rents, increased cost of living, and diminished << Fall Term-
I resources duced. It is poor economy to meet State obligations the available market ; and, thirdly, the Santa )Uosa, Monday: ( in October. my settling in Florida I visited many sections -

in depreciated )Currency, which Is: speed with which this distance is: overcome. Walton, 4th Monday. in October. !' of the State, looking for suitable

We believe the legislature was composed only goad at par against the treasury itself. For practical )purposes the smallest:\ )possible Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday( place to r.lbe'Cgetablcs and oranges ; and l as
tJf f good men, fairly desirous to do what was in October.
vof life
most raising
I had spent my sugarcane
time must intervene between the
;for the benefit the State but it needs only I gatheringof Washington, :Monday: aftcMth Monday in .
PO LIT 1C A L PERSECUTION. vegetables and their being placed in tran in October. anti !seeing many orange trees gardens

m glance at the long list of acts passed, to see A large number of arrests: have been made sit. Next, the means and facilities for receiving Jackson, Monday: after 4th :Monday in in Louisiana: and for the five precedingyears

that the general interests: of the State went of good citizens in various portions of the and forwarding must have the maximum October. had lived in Brazil raising sugar-cane,
made secondary to the local and individual lscunbia,1st: :\ in December.
State, who have been upon the oath of colored ofnreIllHt the minimum of time. The I wished! to select a !suitable! location in a new
Interests of their constituencies.!! Reforms This act amended section 2 of act of February -
Republicans, indicted for a violation of connection lutist'be co..e11111\ calculated to a country tngroweithmersuceessfully.! Throughout
were greatly needed in the whole of 10, 1879, and does not change the
h the election laws at the November election.The nicety. Any good, early vegetables sell the State are found many good locations i
: the State finances but whatever Spring Term. 1
r none were low and worthless characters, of the witnesses easily! provided they are fresh and. good.It THIRD CIRCflT.Sjirtnij for farming gardening and orange growing,
undertaken The leaks and
: or perfected. who were before the grand jury, and. ii is well said, "demands are created. by a Term- but found none to suitme so well\ us Marioncounty

a \ xlrains and waste of our old and imperfect the high;: character of the citizens: implicated su 1'1'1j"; it is when people see before them Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday( in ; and my experience has justified: me
have all been continued.The .
ystem give every reasonable ground for the belief good things that they find they need them April. in my selection.In .
Madison ld! in
expense'thrown upon tIle| State, for Monday April. 187" I cleared my land and buddedsome
that the charges are unfounded and cannot and buy them. This is )particularly the case Hamilton, 4th :Monday[ in April.Suwanee .
judicial salaries and jurors 0111'1( witnesses!' with sweet orange buds,
orange stumps
be sustained.The with fruits: and vegetables. Good things: 1st Monday after Monday
.amounts to about one hundred thousand In April. nnd since that time have shipped nnd sold
and to citizens
expense annoyance our ai.d fashion ;
never begging, easily:
dollars per annum. If the records of such a go very Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Mondayin ( three crops of oranges which have well repaid -
is very great, and calls for a rigid examination springs: of desiritggood things.
up ; ) April.
Duval examined It would be anti labor I have
county as were ( for
s into the causes of arrest and the Cth after 4th me my expense
Nature has done! much for Florida in the Lafayette, Tuesday! Mondayin
seen that the terms of court have been long character truth April. now growing sugarcane that will make
for and honesty uf the witnesses of water transportation. The peculiar
protracted, that grand juries have remained way rllTam- 2,000 pounds of sugar to the acre, besides
whose the indictments
upon testimony formation of State has madeit
peninsular our
.hi session for weeks that tncssellla'e ) Taylor, 1st 1'ue511after 1st Monday( in of molasses.To .
w !: renlll1ined i giving sixty to eighty gallons !
found. We believe
i were \ Judge comparatively to adapt. railways to October.
t\ long time in attendance before the easy show what a l'limate'e have here, I
!Settle will these close scrutiny Ud ( in October.
: give matters a theconvenience of the interior. As t the lands Madison Monday
cases were called In which they were to testify and far lies in his i Hamilton, 4th Monday( in October would state that In)' sugarcane bloomed out
HO as! power, put nn nearest to these arteries of commerce are
to their inconvenience: and the expense end to the use of the process of his court I filled and settlements branch Suwannce October. Monday after 4th Mondayin lust winter, and reminded me of fields I had

t of the State. It will also be seen that the up progress seen in South America. Sugarcane docs
for the of and vindictive
carrying out partisan after 1th
lines will be built, and, connecting with the Columbia, Monday Monday
'criminal calendars arc largely filled with So far learn October. not bloom in Louisiana on account of the
I purposes. as we can
the of the
r casc3 of assault and petty larceny, which no Republican has been indicted. I Every: trunk lines will speed products Lafayette, Gth Tuesday!! after 4th Mondayin season not being long enough and the winters
country to the main outlets by sea to a mar ,
could readily have been summarily tried before too cold.
I arrested is Democrat and in
I person a every FOURTH CIRCUIT.
i I n justice of the peace or police judge, .instance the witnesses arc cither active negro ket. ftjtriiiy 71/1- I now have In perfect bearing several va-
When the business! assumes sufficient volume !-
with criminal jurisdiction politicians or ignorant tools. One remedyfor St. ,John' 2d Tuesday!' in March. rictics of bananas and guavas: some of which '

f t Again, in the matter of legislative expenses this state of things i is, alter a trial has steamships will, if necessary, run;assay Clay, 4th Tuesday 11I'March. are as fine flavored as I ever ate in the West

no effort at economy seems to have shown that bus been committed to from Fernandina New York during the Hrli.Uord. 1st Tuesday in April. Indies. As fur raising corn, I have always
perjury ,
I been made. The legislature has been in- vegetable season. There need be no fear felt Maker, 2d Tuesday in April. made about thirty bushels: to the acre. Last
t at once arrest these unscrupulous inMruments Nassau 3d Tuesday in April. 11'Ialltl'IIIi.iece of land in Irish
that the business will be overdone. Let anymile year potatoes
'creased by one-third in its numbers. The and subject them to t trial for perjury.Mr. thissubject Duvul, 1st Tuesday. May. which I sold, netting me $100 per acre.

per diem they voted themselves was six dollars I. Fildcs, of Monticello, is a sample case. who has: any apprehension upon Full 1',11I- I planted' on the same .piece of land,
visit the Norfolk in the St. John's 2d Tuesday and
port'of September.Clay
and sweet and made
with mileage, at ten cents per mile ; corn peas potatoes
Ho bus been indicted for in
putting more height of the\ truck business. 4th Tuesday in September. good crops. When they were taken otl' inSeptember
j 1 t :thc pay of members averaging about $-JOO( than one ballot. He declares that he votedan be liradford, 1st Tuesday in October. I planted the same land in turnips
lr cadi for sixty days service, or at the rate There I is one danger always guardedagainst Baker 2d Tuesday in October.
open ballot. The perjury of the witnesseson und made, I I suppose, about 500 bushelsto
p of f:,400 per year. The mere statement of whose testimony he was indicted 1C. of t. Many persons will plunge Into anew Nassau, Tuesday in October. the acre, with which I fed! my cows and
(hiit fact I is its own commentary. The legislature ; pursuit without the industry, the experience Duval, 1st Tuesday: in November. mules all winter I have again: planted withpOtltOI'
y course! manifest.A or the means t.lUuke it profitable. FIFTH CIRCUIT.tijiriny this \'I'lr.lllld sold them at about $.jPl'r
'la seems to us also to have been extravagant .-- und barrels
TffinSumtcr barrel getting twenty : to the
in the number of its attache's, and the JUST CRITICISM. Their failures are cited to show the uncertainty 3d Monday in March. acre, and now have ;IL fine crop of corn und

,amount of its contingent expenses. This A German newspaper] makes: the fol lowing of the busines. Persons unaccustomed Marion, 4th Monday in March.Putnam I )pens on the fame land which promises to
vegetable growing are likely to try 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday[ in ;yield well.
session of cost about ) the
tie sixty days $70,000, or tell'itig: criticism upon American press :
much land and March. I have not used one pound' of fertilizer for
too overcropthemselves. l
) to
?' over 1.000 per day. Of the power which newspapers exercise occupy to be Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in any of these: crops, as my lands are all newly
The taxpayers have u right;: to criticize in America in the formation as well as : Market gardening successful March.Alaehua. taken from the forests.: : I would not be understood

r this expenditure of their when followed the execution of public opinion ; of their : must have an abundance of labor, ,ith Monday after Hli Monday( in to say that our land will continueto
i powerful influence upon all public' offices ; abundance of manuring, and the most thorough March. yield\ good crops( without help' ; but I commence
as it is in this case, by an increase ofluxation. of the innumerable cases in which by their culture.\ The land must be made to Fall TermSunmter,1st- to help them after they begin! to help
s The one mill added to the State omnipresence and vigilance, they Mipport a Monday in October. me, bv planting a crop of cow-peas: und letting \
r'd' lax! on a valuation of $31,000,000, amounts weak-kneed police\ and justice ; how it discovers grow richer instead of poorer. No expenseis Marion, 3d Monday in October. ; them rot on the ground to turn them t
crimes and perpetrators\ : of crimes ol to be spared to increase its production. Putnam. :3d 'Tuesday November. under with a large plow.

+ Xo 31000. all that it is unnecessary to streak, as it is Better one acre well fertilized, well worked 1 I.cV4th TIII.lllaill November. From IIIll'xpericllceof over thirty years I
If the pay of the legislature had been known all over 'the world.. \: that theyare Alaehua, Monday after 4th Tuesday in do not think that we have any fertilizers;
placed at $-1 per day and actual traveling expenses used: by millions in place of hooks-that and kept in thorough tillage: than ten acres: November. that equal! I the common cow-pea. It is a nat

the difference sa wd would have been they furnish sermons: to the pious!: philosophical half worked, half fertilized, and badly eared SEVK.NTII CIRCUIT.&jirity ural fertilizer and much cheaperaad more
a treatises IIllIllel.tufl'S: to till thinker for 7i'rm- readily applied than any other.
v -upwards of $:)}.OOU, and if the session had ail the new discoveries::! upon the vast is. to increase Orange) 4th Monday in January. I planted list! year about one acre III cucumbers
4>een shortened to fifty days: a further savingof ; fields of knowledge! and \possibility to the This: branch of agriculture sure Yoluia! :'Id Monday( in February.Urevard. nnd it 'icldl'lllIIl' over5tl0 bushels: :
I If of science all t the new inventions to :and becomeof immense importance.! which sold in and New Yorklit
) over $.jooo would have been effected, so" man lt! Monday In )[areh. Philadelphia
that the necessity for increasing the tax I the mechanic! all improvements: in agriculture It gives: profitable employment at once to Dade, :'A: Monday in April.. from $1.50.u! .*S per bushel.! Eggplantswill : \
f to the farmer, endless, precise and IUJI-: It creates business for lumber Fall Ter?iOrange- produce .!)00) to 500 bushels! to the ecru,
,: \ \ would have been obviated. scant information to the merchant, is an astonishing new-comers. seed 2d Monday in August.Yohisia und are now selling for $3 per bushel.! Snapbeans .
a If the subject of criminal expenses had and ud mi ruble fact ; it is simply' manufactures, railways, steamships, Monday[ in September. cabbage and tomatoes, all yield\ well I,

1'? t been thoroughly examined and revised! this atnlcro0usmiauncncyclupuhaun "ttrbispic- !producers, fertilizing manufactories. As ltrevarb.4th Monday in September.Dade nndnell! for very remunerative prices in the
\ tut" without pictures. That is: the bright; our railway 1i'stl'1rl'aChl'S down the peninsula 2d Monday in November. Eastern cities. Our means::! of tranl port uti 011
have been diminished
could -
t great: source of expenses! side. But there is u dark, a very dark side of cultivation will be opened are improving' every day, and still leave
I and 1 taxes reduced Instead of ius to it. In the feverish endeavor to be everything new areas much room for further improvement.\
.creased. to everybody, the American press:: and we shall supply the North with fresh When I came to the State I bought a small

stoops to pander to the morbid taste to the vegetables from December to June, strawberries GRAXTS. flock of sheep und with very little care they I

.k r 'JfllE DISADVANTAGES OP SCRIP. lowest and meanest inclinations and passions in February and March, peaches inMay While it would be of advantage; to some pllltlme annually over tIfty pet cent on mv :
: : of human nature; by publishing' as from portions of our State to secure foreign labor, investment.' My Ayrshire cattle have paid l I
We confess to considerable surprise in they occur all crimes! scandals, brutalities\ and June, and oranges Septemberto me equally well. As to health I have set i
1 finding in the columns of the EctmuinM: thefollowing and infamies with all their disgusting, sickening April we do not sec the way clear to either obtaining tied I m a heavy hammock, and on the banks ,
whole of single l t them or satisfactorily arranging for them of Orange Lake and
: singular ideas on the subjectof details, filling; pages' ; a since I have been here
very I issue, the great, 1 proud American papers l degrade I LUMHER TltAltK OF PEXSACOLA. after they come. White labor must: he housed, have nut had sickness in my family to war- i

scrip : themselves, injure others and shape I It The number of vessels cleared from Pen- fed and cared for In a different way from the runt me sending; for a physician. ,
As for our friend's second question, the t themselves into u curse instead of a blessing./, : My I wife says it is the best( cUUI'ltry to raise )
4;" iicucdsity of an increase of last" \'I'ar'lIlIIlIn.! Those who, in their I'allilltlrtldcI/ : often sacola for the months! of September, October colored laltorers. Our people are not prepared chickens: amtl'turkeys in she ever! saw. !She: t

I strous rate of taxation ? "'l\ answer there assume the appearance of the highest stand I November, December anil January to take care of them, if they do come. has 1' "IIII\lJ spring chickens the year round, iand 1

V is no necessity for it whatever. And this ard of morality, who sit as severe judges: IIf last, was 1711<&, of which more than half were The commissioner: immigration of Georgia with the.lake ut our door, ubuuiulini in
those who engineered the thing know us virtue in judgment over other sinners, place The of Illslln in himself fish, we find It UII easy matter to get enough '
in December) and January. tonnage agent Germany exerting -
I well as we dIt was to keep on the next page; before their readers a mess to eat, and the seasons! !! are so mild l we ore
g ', t rthjis denying the tax-payers: : any alleviationc \ I Ik of iniquity and undisguised/, baseness which these vessels aggregated 103,170; -being un to procuro German immigrants. This not required! to spend much for cluthlug and

.of the burthen of taxes. already enormously .. only the losvestof the low can take any satisfaction average of about f t&N) tons to' the vessel. Thecargoes gentleman writes that, if he could .promise a tight houses.

I f high, by refusing them an opportunity in. If anyone objects they shrug aggregate:; 1,331,114: cubic feet of reduction of$5 each, on their passage money, In conclusion, I would state that I am located -
with which to which shoulders and" \ don't understand I on the edge of a of
buying; sanu'thing: pay, their say, ou body :200,000 acres
families. He(
} cubic feet of sawed he could get 150 further
I would cost them less than gold anti; silver. that our paper i is u t'wopllpt'rUul! hewn timber, 2.14D.310 says of land just( as good as the land cultivate

This pour privilege, allowed us even by our must give all 'News,' so that our readers timber, and :it9), feet of lumber. very significantly : and which will produce paying crops of uny h,
f ,liulural( oppressors, a D.'nucratic administration : can form n correct judgment.; A The shipments at the port of Fernandinafor FEBRUAUV 4.-I Returned from extensive of the products I have mentioned. I may J

+; F ) thought too great u b.ion to permit miserable excuse It i is not true that the month of February, as: given in our tour through South Germany ; am lather also state that these crops lUlIL" planted'uud
d. t Jta( the voter who brought it into {power, all baseness, all infamy which hapiK-ns in disheartened, as 1 had made positive:: arrange- raUed: between the rows lit'orange trees
AuJ why ? rtpcuute to the extent that tax. the world is: Ie news," which to h publish! is last, amounted to tIf.OOO: ) feet, an increaseof ment with Ibriy-HX families to tail, .promising I while: they are coming into bearing, amid this

P4., t scrip should bodeprcelatelthdrenaMnUa the duty of the press.a'liat gtmd. can it 1,547,000) feet over the corresponding| u reduction of$i on their (passage muitey, I way, with judicious planting of vegetables. a ;
$il if its would be lnsenl Our correspondent do?I The largeness of the American newspapers month last year, or SI: peer cent With the for which I made provision by borrowing i person can! get a grove of orange trees in <
I is too Intdli l'nt.not to know how is their curse ; the constant temptation of lumber the money from friends.: Agents from Hamburg ( : bearing with very little expense.
much better thing it is, and has been for the to increase size, to surpass the neighbor, increasing demand' and production interfere and bhip them to New Orleans i Yours truly,
last four years: to be u Democratic otticeE and the constant necessity of "filling\ up"' in Kast: Florida, we may ('slll''t toequal. for Galveston, Texas, with reduction of $10 .
bolder, with a salary of$3,510) or $2,000.: () ) payable with trash of the worst description, is the the figures of enterprising: sister j Iltlrt in on their passage money.We To N. S. Uuill'.)', 192: Watcrstrcet, New York.;

,. in gold or its equivalent, than u lanai.cal main cause:: of this del f-degradation.The the West before many years. The tonnage may us!! well dismiss' all efforts! as competing ,

ofitao-hnlder the same nominal, during salary the lrl'l''Ihn.o'earswith yet really: \ 30 class of newspapers that have come of our port already surjuisses that of Pensa- for the German and north of Europe TIll REPUGLICUAIIONE.

or 4.9 tar cant: less:: because payable in depreciated under its observation are probably those of cola. immigration unless we are prepared, whichwe It is quite safe to say that when a publicman

scrip.We New York and the Western cities.. Every: are not, to assist in paying their passageto sets out as a Repudiator! that he will

3 feel quite sure that the Kamumltt will word of censure justly applies to the leadingnewspapers COTTOV.ISl'yI'.ICTUllT.S. this country. To get l.Ourt immigrant., easily glide! into the urms of those who
of the Western cities which The report of the census office, &giving the and children promise him place and
taxation large
-.t1tt. that, however grievous! high men, women would cost jnnver. No Repudiator -
I 1 fuay lw, the increase of scrip indebtedness are foul enough in their record of crime and statistics of cotton manufacturing in the I $10,( o. We can put our pamphlet in German ever lived who was at heart an honest I"

i in practically a much greater evil Our past i scandal to shock even the not over nice sensitiveness United States, has been made lubJic.Ias at no great expense! and that is about man. The petty patronage of the Senate is::

i experiqnce; f the *issue:: of M'r'l'ito' mw* the' of foreign journals It is noticeable sachusettae0usunWvnearly 600,000 bales of all we can do.OUR of small consequence to the Deimicra.ie

obligations; of the State, has been to show however, that this license of the press cottonand give employment to above(i.1,000 party. It is much to Mahone.[ and seems:: to

,i that.if the State needed supplies or services abounds where the foreign clement largely |tersons in its manufacture. llhode Inland l"UlflG.lOI'lTL.ITrOS.. be his mess of p lootta<;e. The healthy India

oran) kind the price was enhanced by more exists. The South as a rule\ is much fret'r.but comes net, consuming 161akbaleMaine I The census:: of IssO gives us the number nation of Virginia, and the reaction Of the
is third and Con :tieut fourth 1' 'lIn"'I." I of foreign; born persons in the United. Statesat !!
11t titan the amount of the depreciation of the not as free as: it should be. If we cannot public mind in favor of an honest .
vania tifth, New York sixth, and Georjria U 5, 5;7'ViO: ; the munlicr in 1870 was 5.SG72ft ,. of settlement
m' .oripbeeausethere was always a 'ontingenryt"Mt excel in size, let us excel in decency. the state debt, i ii:: worth
i seventh in the list" amid but little short of ;,!! ) ; thegahnintcnyears being about 1,100- the loss Of more than
would a United
1 1 of the scrip States
: the purchasing power Senator. Mr
the constitutional amendments New York, con!>umtng(>7,874 halt*, and ruiploying OliO Massachusetts hu I the larger projtor- :
t.1l1lowf'r. The man, or the State or the The vote on Mahuneisi-ulitically no longer a factor I.
,IglJ ; 0, J7S operative' 11.luur 443,0113: out i If U Iloc.ulatiolluf| 1,783* Urginia
which anything payable In Ita- in Indiana resulted in tbdr.uloltiun, !politics. The Democratic
.county buys, credit dearly for and Indiana will no longer hold her state Florida is put down u-s consuming 1V I lIl:: Five-eighths,; of the puhition of 1>a- Virginia is unanimous h, its press of
34 itay
with depreciated condemnation
,its per use, :r The( final result i*' that speculator and congressional election! in Octoltt'ro' bales and euphoyimigthirty upkratlvt's. kuta ur'furt'I;;.. burt of their trading Senator. ?


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... A ACCOUNT OF cultivation and improvement as shall be redeem the !same in the manner: provided in 1SSr

J ,\ N 'I' I' I, O It IDA. made on theplantable lands, or upon the said act at any time prior to the first! ,
day of January, eighteen hundred and eighty
WITH A swampy or sunken ground*, or marshes, three.An .

Journal which shall be included in the same grant.

KKPT UY act to provide summary proceedings!
JOHN: IluiTiUM OF l'IIII.\fJnJ'IJI.\, SOMK or TIII: xmr ACTS. asiaiiut, delinquent" ) tenants. THE
llotanist to His ( TIt Profit of the Shite of Florid*, rti>rtsentedin
for the 1"lorillmlj Majesty An act to prevent the selling, hiring, bartering Senate nnd .1\\tsemMjf do tWIrl tufullowt:
; lending\ or giving to minors! under sixteen SKCIIOX: 1. That any tenant or lessc at will ,
VPOX years of age) or to any person of unsound or sufferance, or for part of a year, or for one
A Journey from St. Augustine<< mind, certain firearms, or other dan: or more years, of any homes lands; or tenants
up the 1'ivcr St. John gcrotts weapons.SECTION ond'the 11'iglll'I'i1IIull'r! tenants: or legal ,
I. It shall be unlawful for any representatives) of such tenant or lesse,
,. person or persons to sell hire barter, lend or may be removed from such premises in the
LONDON 1 : give to any tiiinoruuder sixteen yearsof age, manner hereinafter provided in I the following
Sold l>yV.. II'OI.I., No. 51, St. Paul's any pl tolc1Jrk.lrotllt'rarlll weapon other cases! : FLORIDA MIRROR J
Church-Yard and O.I WOODKAU., than an ordinary pocket-knife, or agun or First.-Where such person shall: \ hold over
Cha ri II -Cro rifle used for bun ting, without the permission and continue in the possession! of the described
[Price 4 Shillings.\ ] of the parent of such minor or the person premises! or any part thereof: after i.
1 iU,'). having charge of such minor; and it !!' 111he\ the expiration of his. time, without the permission

unlawful for any person or persons to sell\ of the landlord.Second. \. .,\
For the gratification and instruction of hire, barter, lend 1 or give to any 1'C'flon of .-Where such 11l'11'01lohall holdover ,
unsound mind. HIIV dangerous weapon other I without permission! os aforesaid: after
such of readers be inclined
my as to
may I ,
than a pocketknife.SEO. any default in tin-payment: 1l'n'lIt. pursuant I IST'E..8
petition for a grant or to take up land inKastFlorida 2. Any person or persons so offending to the agreement under which such premises
according to proclamation shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor are held' and a demand of such rent shall

i issued by Ids excellency (irant, and conviction shall be fined not less than have- been made, or three dajs1 notice in 1VTJLVJfct.
governor == == J
$:!O nor more thauS'H: ), or imprisonment in writing requiring the payment of MUI! rent,
dated October 1, 1701( I have annexed both the county jail not more than three months.\ or the possession of the premises, and shall
the conditions of the grant, and the terms of have been sorted by the person entitled to ..j

the proclamat iOl1. An act to authorize Ihl'I'OIlIlI'olllllli,. ion. such rent on I the person owing the :same, by ,
A PROCLAMATION'. ers to grant leave to applicants the right to either delivering to the tenant to whom it is
erect millsand dams and toll-bridges iiiiou directed, a true copy thereof, or, ifMich tenant
K\ST-FI.OUIIV. and across the rivers and !streams in tneir be absent: from his last or usual place of
lly his excellency James (Jrant, Ks-q': : cap I respective: countlo.s.SKCTIOX I residence by leaving a copy thereof at Michpi.ice.

taill- l.'l1cral, and commander in : : 1. That the county t commission! .
governor ers of -l'\'l'rall'oulltil's: of this. State shall SKO. -. That the laildlord, his legal representative - f
.*. chief, in anil over the said province, and liaxo power to grant. leave to person* apply agent, or assigns; applying' for (tile '
vice-admiral of the same. ing forlcaxe, upon the eond'tions' provided removal of any !Mich!I tenants, shall make .
WHKIIUAS the king, by his. royal instructions' in this III.t< to establish! ferries: toll-bridges, oath in writing of the facts which so authoried e; .
has. commanded i issue mill- and dams and I log-ditches, upon and the removal of any tenant, describing I
: me to a
across the risers. and ,treams in their respective therein the premises, before HUM! 'oiinty judge:
proclamation to make known the terms and counti"*. of the county where the premises art. !situated !

x conditions, on which all persons may obtain SKC.: '!. That any person desiring the benefits whose duty it shall be thereupon to i sue
grants of lauds in the said province; I do to be obtained! through the county commissioners bis summons describing the promises: of W
under this. act shall ad\crtise. iu n \\ liich possession I is. demanded, and requiring
in obedience to his majesty's Instructions!, the in thereof forthwith to O
newspaper published in the county wherein person : ;
issuethis: my proclamationand:\ known the privilege is to be, granted or in a newspaper rl'IIII1frlllll same, or to show' cause before
to all persons, that they may, on application in the adjoining or nearest' 1'011111thl'rl'- paid: judge, within not less! than three days tdO
1II.U\lbhalllll"ul'"bli"h in three conspicuous nor more than I five, why possession of !said
to in council I obtain.
me at St. Augustine,
places in said county, his intention to apply\ \ premises :-1It1ultllwt be delivered to the ap
grants of lands in the said province of East-: !
to the county commissioners for leave, specifying \ plicant.SKC. .
Florida in the following quan.titios and on the object; of his application\ to thecommissioner's .'I. That if at the time appointed in j
the following terms and conditions. alorcsaid. which application said summons! sufticient: cause be shown
shall bo in writing, particularly: describing: to the contrary, the county judge shall! enter
That 100 acres of land: will be granted to that the '
the river or !-lrl'l11I1I11I1 locality thereupon n judgment complainant receiverpossession
every person: being master or mistress of a with the width thcicof and the tI'plh..f of the premises! and i issue his
family for him or herself; and 50 acres forevC'r water whereat he, sin- or they desire: to esstablish warrant within three days thereafter unless -
white black a mill-dam, bridge: ferry or log- duv "pl'l'alhnlt: have been I'roprrltnk'II,
or man, woman, or child
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ditch as aforesaid.SKO. IUllllwrlil'tl'd to the sheriff of said county
of which such person's family shall! consist t, : 3. That whenever an application i is commanding him to remove all persons frointhc
at the actual time of making the grant : and granted aforesaid the clerk ot the board I'r'lIIi"I'tluforl''lIillIllUI! to put' said applicant
of commissioners shall issue his in full possession thereof.SKO. .
county certificate
in case applying as aforesaid,
j any person
<< under !seal !specifying the privilege 4. That the person in possession' of
shall\ be desirous to take up a larger quantityof therein granted, for which he shall receive said premises, and any person claiming possession
)land than the family-right entitles such the fees already prescribed by law for like thereof must, at the time appointed

persons to, UI'OIlIlowillg a probability of services.An : in such summons for showing cause! or before :
file an afildavit'! with the 1'011111jlldg<-;
cultivation additional number of
an acres,
act to enable persons whose lands were denying the facts upon which said summon*
not exceeding 1000( may be obtained upon sold for taxes assessed! prior to the year was i issued. or any of the facts, and the matter

paying, to the receiver of the quit-rents, the 1S77 to redeem the same.WIIKUKS therein l'olltro'crll'llIIIIIII'l': tried by the hi
sum of live shillings !sterling for every 30 grave errors: both of valuation judge, unless a jury hcdcmandid\ in which
and description, exist in the 1\'I: CSillll'lItlr: case it shall be tried llor six legal:: jurors, to bo
acres of such additional. grant, on the day of summoned and for
immediately empaneled
taxes made prior to the year 1877 ; nnd
the d.ite of the said grant. whereas, it is right and proper that Mich errors that purpose.SKC. .
,< That quit-rents) of the land granted in be-corrected as speedily, as possible. without 5. That if the verdict of. the jury soMinunoncd
4 detriment either to the State or property holder shall be in_ favor of the lessor! ,
this be
province, to one halfpenny! pl'rI'rt',
: therefori1. landlord or other person applying' for the
:", payable, to his majesty, his heirs and) succes4 The 1'tojilc of the State of Hnridn rcpl'l'lt'llttll< possession! of said premises'' the county
sors yearly, on the feast of Ht.Ohacl(\ in tieiinte and .AI< eiuMy, do emictns fulluicn : judge shall enter judgment: that: the complainant

>( which shall lumnen, two .vears after the date KKCTION. :. ::". 1. That. the. "n commissioner. L of_ landi. 1I1I111"'lli": recover I the possession! the of the third premises ,
'., ana immigration is uircncu 10 mum me warrant on day
of the grant. certificates of sale of all lands, sold for taxes thereafter unless ducappcal' shall have: hccil
That in all grants: of land to )bo made, regard a oellI'llprior to the year 177, \nd which properly lak'III1\ICII''rliI't,1 totheslierilfofthe ,

will be had }o the profitable and unprofitable : were purchased by the State, to the county county, commanding him to put the
that each commissioners i of'ihe respective: counties in landlord\ lessor or other person into possession : \
acres ; so grantee may
which such sales were made : provided such of said: premises, as hereinbefore directed
have a proportionable number of one sort certificates ha\e not been transferred.SEC. which it shall be his duty f rthwith to

I and the other; as likewise, that the breadth : :2. The county commissioners Mich execute.SKI" f:
of each tract of land be one-third of the county, upon the reception of Haiti certificates /: (n.! If upon the trial of the i 1."I'Iu" (' before
,shall give notice through their clerk, tho judge, or before a jury the findingof the
)length of such tract ; and that the length of judge verdict of tile shall bo in i
and by adveriingthirty! days in some news or jury iI
each tract do not extend, along the banks of papcr'pnblished' in the county, or there beno favor tin-defendant, the. proceedings shall

any river but in the main land ; and 1 thereby paper published the county, then by be dismissed, and in every t'astill' prevailing I
notice posted the court-house door of said party shall' have: judgment\ for his. cost,
the said have each
grantees may a coiuenient -
.'0 county! to the owner or agent of such lands which judgment :.lIalll,1' forthwith entered
,'- share of what accommodation thesiid the and ho shall i issue execution
( and the day on which they will meet for theconsideration by judge,
% river may afford, either for na\igation or of I the same as hereinafter pro therefor on the third .thereafter' unless '
'I, otherwise. vided.SEC.. an appeal is taken.
i .'$. Upon said ofmretingthc; county The costs .shall be the same as are by I the !
oJ;,5. That all persons, on fulfilling; the terms off commissioners, together with the assessor Jaw provided' for ..illlilar-I'r\'h'l': ami fees injustice

', the first grant, may have further grant of and collector of revenueshall! proceed to examine j courts.HIV. .

the like quantity of lands: on the Mime the said\ certificate ot sale, and if 7. At any time within ten days after
terms and conditions ufllrc!>ai.l. upon such examination they shall find that the entry of judgment by the county judge,
the taxes assessed against any Mich lands cither party' may appeal'to' the next term
That for every 50 acres of plantahle laud, shall have been l'ui.lliJr the year 1877, 11171'!, of circuit court of the county wherein

each grantee shall be obliged, within three ls.71) and 1S80 I, or shall then be so paid to the the trial had upon giving a bond; to be : : :
years after the date of the grant,to clear and collector of revenue for such years, then the approved' by trie county judge, in such
certificate of sale shall be returned to tho amount as the county judge may fix in his
work three acres!, at least! on that part of the discretion to indemnify till adverse\
owner or agent of the same.SEC. party,
, tract which they shall: think most: convenient [ ... If Ul'Olll4l1dl examination they find for all damages: ami costs that may accrue to

,: or advantageous, :;; ; or else, to ,drain or that the lands sold were properly and correctly him by reason of the taking; of such appeal/ ;
clear three of sunken assessed: and the taxcx not paid as provided, that the party' appealing "shall also
l acres swampy, ; above, then the chairman of the board ofcoiintyeommissionemshall ; make out in writing; before; said) judge that
or drain three acres of marsh, if any such cndorscsuch fact said appeal' is taken in good faith and not Jla\'octd'i: : : :

J within his or her grant. on the\back of, orattach it to said certificate, from delay ; und provided furlhrr, that be
I .# That for every 50 acres of land, accounted with the recommendation that the .same be shall first pay all costs incurred. in the trial ) :
\ placed on sale as other State lands but the before said judge, and in taking of said appeal.
I, barren, every grantee shall be obliged to put certificates shall remain in the otli.u* of the An appeal .MI taken shall operate as aMI 1
on his or her land, within three years after clerk of the circuit court Mihjcct to redemption persodeas' and the CUMshall be tried tie
the date of the grant three neat cattle ; for six months after the Kiid examination noro in the appellant' court.
which number shall be obliged ; after the expiration of said time they SEX;. 8. That all uetrt or parts' of acts in conflict
every person
hall be forwarded to the commissioner of with the provision of this act bo, and
\ to continue on their lands, till three acre land: und I immigration.rta. the name arc hereby repealed.Passed \.

for every fifty be fully cleared and I III provoc I. /: .'. 5. The commissioner of lands immigration I the AS'lemlI1.'t'hruary 1, 1M1.
; That if any person; bhall take up a tract of on the reception of the certificates Passed the Senate. February 10MI..
retain the AI'pru\'tII"ellruary K>, Hl.
shall same subject to redemption
land wherein there shall be no part tit for
until the first day of January, 18S3. after
I present cultivation, without manuring and which lime he shall place the Kime on sale I Ana<.tfor the better government of cities

) improving the same, every .Mich grantcv in his: office as other Slate lands.See. and towns in this .state. I
shall be obliged within three years from the G. The county commissioners, when The people of the State of Florida, represents
sitting us a board ot rcvisors[ ,shall have full in Senate and Assembly, do enact as
date of the grant, to erect on sonic part of
power to reduce assessments! or make any follows :
the land, one go'>1 dwett Jlg-hol1"1 at least uther I.'IJrrt''t1onjll"t to the owner ot the land\, /SECTION: 1. That all alderman hereafter

20 feet in length, und If<> [in breadth ; and and not detrimental to the inierot of the elected) lor any jncorx| >rated city or town in
also laud of three State.SEC.. in this State shall be elected for and hold
to put on the the number
7. All taxes received by the collector their ofticc for the term of two ycurs, provided [
npat cuttle for every 50( acres. of revenue on lands sold for such taxes and that at the first meeting; of the said aldermen
That if any JKTSOII, who shall take up any so! examined by the county commiviiom-rs, so elected\ under tlio provisions of
stony or rocky grounds, not tit for culture or shall IM equally divided between the State this act, they fchall by lot divide their body '
alld county, and used by the same as State into two<:!a."I.'I'IIIL.i nearly equal in number
shall within three after t"ie
pasture, years and county tax proj>er. as possible, one of which class: shall hold
passing the grant, begin to employ thereon, office fur two years, and the other class shall
and continue to work for three year* then An act supplementary toChapterSUI of the hold their of lice one year, and an election
in laws of Flori[ da, and extending the time shall be holden to elect/ t lie fU'ici-snors: of each
_ ._ next ensuing, digging: any stone-quarry,
for the redemption of Land.s sold for taxes clasn HO as' tu have their succeMors elected
or other mine, one good hand, for every 1 0acris assessed wince the year 170". I tho expiration of the term of the said classcsresi

it l'halllll"? accounted a sufficient cultivation. The I'eofile of the SUite of Flurvli, reprtientedin >ectivev.hu : I
titnute ami Aifembty, fa eit'trt tu foll'iu'i : ;. U All laws and part of laws in c.ortkt!
three which .hall be joEt"WIS.1. That all l jiersons whose lamia with the provisions[ ,* of tlm. act be, and the ,
That every acres have been bold for taxes asftctscd since the ....lIIe are nereby repealedAn .
cleared and worked o-s afore-said, and every year eighteen;, hundred and seventy six, and ,.
r three acres which shall lie drained a* aforesaid [>tircha-sod by the State, and, which wireceriitiel act prohibiting[ jxtial taxation [in

shall l>e accounted a sufficient seating, to and. recorded in the office of the I certain ('al'-II.
commissioner of lands and [immigration under Friin and after tinpassage of this art it
planting,.cultivation and [improvement, to the provisions of "an act to r'l|>cal an act shall be unlawful any city or town council !
keep for ever from forfeiture. : acres of land to provide for the redemption of lands *..JI.l I to pass any ordinance or resolution |hn. side
in any part contained[ within the same for taxes, approved I March 7, 177. and to inning u upecial! tax forany purpose without
dispose of lands sold for t.UI.UlIt ban/lit [in I first giving[ notice by I publication in a news
the shall be at liberty to
grant and grantee bv the Sute or any county." approved paper. for at 13"'t thirty djy, or bv pntlng[
.. withdraw the stock, or forbear \\'orkillgin March eleventh eighteen hundred and sev I I fur thirty days in one or moro public place
any quarry or mine, In projiortion to such : enty-nine, hall he authorised 1 and allowed\ to in such city or town. :



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WASHINGTON SEWS. down to the immediate neighborhood of zero, I ItuilrouilH.. On Mail and Express: Train Sleeping Cars I 1- G. AVKUV: ',
and costumes: are infinitely more ------ -- ---- run through to and from Jacksonville and I

RXTIU CESSION AflmTION-6ESATE OIUJANIZA- uous by their rarity than by their : : TIME CARD Savannah ; also, Lucas Sleeping Cars run
through to and from Jacksonville and Tal
HOW-ntDDl.RBF.ROER The Boulevards it is true
-THE HAND OF MAIIONK:-PTAN- crowded with strollers giving the TIC.Ot1l.P& WICST; INDIATPvAN- AND HO.IWIXGTAUI.ES./ .
I I EXl'm(1htU.1::; (I
Sunday-like appearance all Leave Jacksonville..... ................11:15 A. M. CAUlU.\ To the Editor: of the Mirror: resembling the Shrove Tuesday PENINSULAR RAILROAD, Arrive Ualdwin..... .. .. :
.' ..... ...,..12:30 I :: r. M. and from Steamers and Train
.. WASHINGTON, D. C., March 18. 1881. days, with its procession Bocufs ( Waldo ranch,) Arrive Fernandina. ....................... 3:10: 1'. M, HAULING Err.SALE : .
The interest at this political centre will carriages full of costumed and ANDCUMBERLAND Ix-avc Fernandina............ ............10:30:: A. M. CONTRACTS: Fun ,
11OUTE.In Leave Halllwlu............................. 1:20: r. M. FOR : I
probably be kept up till far into the sum diets it would( be difficult to Arrive Jacksonville ..................... 2:3.5: 1'. M. HOUSES IH'GGIKS) ? : HAKSKSS.:
mer. The lower House, it (is now thoughtby and there one ecs a group of little Effect February ht, 1SSO.OOINO Passengers fir Fernandina and Cedar Key CAHTS: AND 1CIGONS.rTEItMS .

many, will be convened in extra session prettily got up as columbines, or ( take this train. No train from Baldwin to : : CASH.-tf."

J before the middle of May. Interviews with warriors but their number is SOUTH. Cedar Key on Sunday.CoNNIATIoNs.At ._rOOhe and I'5tllblc'-First Street,jiear .,
: ; Atlanta, (la....................... 2.15 p. M. : 'HaMwln with A., H. k Broom j Street: Wharf. 4.t!)
a number of leading men, of both political small and that of grown up :Macon, Ga........................ 7.43: r. 10[. W. 1. '1'. R. IL., for Cedar Ivey. Gainesville :

parties, develop the fact that there is wide carnival is still more infiuite \' Brunswick, Ga........ .......... ((5.15 A. M. unci I"ernalllliua, and all ''tuiuts North nuel

difference of opinion touching the probability probable that the inclement Fernandina, Fla...............10.15 A, M. \\'l'st ; at Lake City for TalhI.'l'Ie, Albany,
\' Fernandina.......................10.30: A. M. Savannah: and all points North and West ;
I ( of a call for nn extra session of Congress past few days may account to a \'e Baldwin Fla......... ........... 1.25 J'. M. at Jacksonville with St. Johns River Steam GET THE BEST.
but the weight of opinion is on the side of for the falling off in Mardi Gras \. '( ers. J. s. :McELUOY,
: M"
I Baldwin i for Jackson ville... i.30. J'. '
the extra session. Stalwart Republicans gen for though the sun appeared this ve Jacksonville\ (Cum'Route).. 2.35: : p. M. W. M. DAVIDSOX, Master Transp n. WcBSTfR js, nrd:wONABRIOCf .

( Orally think that it should be called, and for the first time during the last : Baldwin( for Cedar Key.......-tJi ol-TM. _Superintendent.TACKSONVILLE ,i fDITONd IIiTNDICTI

t Democrats believe that their opponents will the atmosphere is I>extremely Waldo (Junction I'. It. It) .. 4.11 1'. M. ( ) I'I' HACOLA AND DNAgy ,f yppl fMENT

improve their opportunity. The date generally altogether unsuited' a parade in ve Waldo.......... ......... ......... ... 4..'O 1'. M. tl MOBILE: HAl LIWAn.
session is Gainesville......... ......... ...... 5.171'. M. MASTER TUANPPOKTATIOX'S OFFIC-K, }I
t fixed upon for the extra fitting suit of u harlequin or the Gainesville........ ............... 5.20P.M.:!! TALJ.\u.\I'I1E.FrA., February 3, 18SO. )
May 1, though there are many who favor a raiment of pierrot, while that Vl1 Cedar Key............... ......... 9.JO: 1'. )I. On and after :Monday\ February 2, 18.SO\ If you Intend some day to get
later date, and think about the 15th of the bear, though appropriate, would !! to Jacksonville and North of Bald \' trains of this: road will run as follows WEBSTER'S UNABRIDGED
I same month would suit all concerned better, prove too unbecoming( and daily. : "
and give time for the of a the of maskers. 1 If the
ample majority
passage !
: Cedar Key........... ............... 4.15 A. M. Leave Chattahoochee..daily at..... 200 J'. u.
funding bill, and the transaction of all necessary be told the carnival file is : (Gainesville........... ............ 8.41 A.M. Leave Quincy.................... ...... 3 22 r. M. TIIK NEW: EDITION

business before the sultry days of the surely degenerating Into i gigantic Gainesville! ............... ......... 8.50A.M. Leave Tallahassee\ ............. ...... GOO J'. M. Contains over 118,000 Words,
Leave Monticello\ .............. ...... 7 10 lot,
solstice. for advertisement and \' Waldo ((1'. R. It. June.)...... !9.48 A. M., r '
summer ty profitable vo 9.55 A. )[. Leave Greenville.............. ...... 838 r. )I. 1928 Pages, 3000 Engravings,

I Quite a crowd was present to witness the once taken by carriages laden. with !! Baldwin.........................12.17 1'. M. Leave Madison ......... ......... ...... {0) 20 1'. M, Four Pages Colored Plates, I
organization of the Senate to-day, although holiday-makers is now used by : Leave Live Oak...... ........... ...,. 2 15 A. M. 4600 NEW WORDS and Meanings,
\ Jacksonville
; \ (Cum. Ifou.lT.f5AM.) Arrive Savannah.............. .....900A.M. 1
no election for queers of the body will dcckcd-out cars, belonging to Baldwin.........................12.30.1'. M. Arrive Thomasville ........... ....? f 055) A. M.rr Biographical Dictionary '

take plarCjUntil next Monday. ExSecretary hatters, tailors, drapers: and \ ......... ......... .....1025 .
Baldwin..... .. ...............12.40 p. M. vc Albany A M. of over 9700 Names.
Gorham is thus far the only candidate manufacturers. Fernandina. ...................... 3..101'. M. Drive Lake City............... ...... 335: A. M. -1 ItonnHful, : and completes Eng-
spoken of for his old position. For ser- }Fernandina....................... 3.45 1'. N.' A.rniueBaldwin................. ...... 025 A. N. Tho I Lnctionury.* JL
Colonel A. T. Iliddleberger LETTER FKOMALAC11UA \ Brunswick......,................ 8.00 1'. M. Arrive Jacksonville.......... ...... 7 .W A. M. 3000 Engravings nearly Ilirnn TTJ*
geant-ut-arms, ave Macon..................... ......... 8.40 A. M. Arrive Fernandina.....*..... ...... 3401'. If. HUM IM many at any other Diet'ry.E'l'ry JnL
of Woodstock, in the Shenandoah Valley, To the Editor of the Mirror : Atlanta, Ga.............:......... 1.15 r. N. Arrive Gainesville ............ ...... 504 J'. M. school and family should have it Y1
t nt present a state senator of Virginia, will GAINESVILLE, FLA.. March !'! to Cedar Key and /South of Bald Arrive Cedar Key .............. ...... !)30: p. M. constant reference. ft

): probably be chosen. For chief clerk, Mr. In my travels through Florida I daily except Su11day.1'ENINSl1LAR PASSENGER TRAIN-WEST BOUND. GET THE STANDARD.
Leave Jacksonville .....daily at.... 5301'. M. of Webster's/ is over 20 times the Q
Johnson of Minnesota who for eight suited RAILROAD, Salt other series of Dlcttonarie.x. 9
is better of
was found that !
a place any
( Waldo liranch.) Leave Fernandina........... ......10 :SO A. M. .' tho in
of Courts
secretary of the senate in that state is valid than Gainesville. I find( the .. ..... mho highest authority T
years Leave Gainesville ....... ..... 002 A. M. ... definition."-Chief Justice Watte.
II. of Philadelphia GOING SOUTH. Leave Cedar .............. ...... 4 :30 .
mentioned. James Young ture equable, mild, balmy and Key : A. M.Leauc t universal authority JcciJ-
Waldo] Junction................. G.OO
A. M.
Baldwin ................. ...... 700 J'. An tho of words Jt\.
z will undoubtedly assume his old place free from oppression, dry and Hawthorne.......... .............. 7.40A.M.: M. lug meaning
Leave Lake City ............... ...... {9 40 J'. M.Leave other Dictionary has been bought by
Lochloosa........................ 8.10 N
as financial clerk. To-day the committees Have not seen a fog ; the mornings A. u.OOINd Savannah No State to supply its Schools.
( ....... ..... ...... 4 :30 J'. M. any
only will be organized. There has been no from dampness and arc clear. The NORTH. Leave Live Oak................. ...... 2 15 A. M. Dictionary' which nine-tenths or tho D
T/K'hloosa............... ..... .....10.00A.M. of tho country arc based.
t held yet to nominate ofllcers. and those who Leave Madison: ................. ...... :351A.M.:
caucus well
patronized, \'e Hawthorne.................. .....10.45 A. M. Leave Greenville.............. ...... 4:10.lr: : Authority in tho Government Printing. A
r The heads of departments are still kept, seem contented and express!! Waldo Junction...............12.15 J'. 10[. Leave Monticello .............. ...... 500 A. M. Washington.by State!: Jnn.188J.Retnmmenled Schools in '
t very busy with an immense throng ofofllce- really glad that their inclination 0ius!! from Waldo to Lochloosaand return Arrive Tallahassee ............ ...... 7 00 A. M, : and 50 College Supt's Prcs'to; R .\

seekers and In case an extra session shall be friends, induced) them to come here lla)', Thursday and Saturday.CONNECTIONS. Leave Tallalias.se............... .... 8 ;30\ A. M. that has been placed in moro
be increased. So far Leave Qninoy........ ........... ......10 OS A. M. Dictionary public schools; in U.S. D
culled this throng will until the time arrives for "
Arrive Chattahoochee........ ......11 :30$ A. M, IS IT NOT THE STANDARD? "
in minor ofilccs have been find ATLANTA. *
+ but few changes their faces homeward. I
K ,' connection\ i Is made at Atlanta. Ga., CONNECTIONS. Published!hy C, &C. MERRIAM. Springfield!: Mass.AtoWebster's .
made but chanpci arc inevitable. Place who have been coming to and fl'UlI1l1l1poJints North, East t. West and At Live Oak t1IIIwith the Savannah, National Pictorial Dictionary ,;
must be made for the friends the new cabinctaud many winters to CS'upltllC Wl'lot Florida and \r Western Railway to and from 1040 Pages: Octavo. COO Engravings.:

; many an official head will. bite the and damp atmosphere : Mr. daily.AT )(.\CON, (.\., Savannah and all Northern'. Eastein and

dust. ton, Muss., Governor Saunders With Trains for Eufuulu: Columbus, Ga., Western Lake Cities.At City. daily with the Florida11 -- ..- -- :
Mobile and l New Orleans.AT .
A determined effort is being made to de deuce It. I., and many others who omcrr, tral Railroad to end; from Jacksonville, St. 1'111: I-III1.\lnI.I-.I.\ S.
of Matthews .FEUXANIMNA.\., Augustine; t Palatka I Iutcrpri'eansl: Landings -
feat the confirmation Stanley make. Gainesville their winter \
and Fernandina
.ith New York
on the St. Johns River. THE TI I1:5:: FOll 1881.
associate justice of the supreme court by the dtizl'nslocial and cordial in Line from New York Wednesday, at
At Baldwin daily with the Atlantic, Gulf The Tutee will cuter the New Tear with a '
representatives of the seventh judicial cir course with strangers. which : 1(. n,., and for New York on Friday, at and( West India Transit Railway to and from larger eirrle of regular readers i than it had tit

cuit who claim that that dl'cuitVllich; has pleasant. The town has a bright; ; 1'. in.; from Nassau, N. P., on Wednes Fernaudina, Gainesville, Cedar Key, ami 1 any i>revioui: j period of its history, and time ,..
; for Nassau N. P.. on Wednesday.Vith with steamers for Tampa, I Key West and important events* uf the next nin t
bench jejir
not been represented on the the neat and \ '
supreme appearance, \ Georgia and Florida: Inland Steam. Havana.At steadily enlarge the field of independentjournalism.
$ 4 since the retirement of Judge David I>:l\'lsls( are nestled amid the evergreen Co.( from Savannah: on Tnes.II'l'ellll' Chattahoochee' three times weekly with .

t ;4 entitled to recognition. A number of gentlemen orange trees that are now ; \ l Friday and Sunday ; for Savannah on the People's, Line and Central Line Boats to A new administration ho, inaugurated; ;

have been mentioned for the place the and flowers Motu' Friday and Sunday. and from Columbus, Eufaula, Fort Dines; new I'olitieal oecnsioiis! will ereatenew politleal -
shrubbery With Charleston Steamers (St. John's and
River .
Apalachicola, and other Landings.trElegant duties the rrl'atl'ulIllIll''l'! allllltl indus-
but probably all will lie disappointed for ment the many enclosures. It is foist) from Savannah and Charleston ,' ; Sleeping and Parlor Coaches' trial profperity: ; of the country must stimulate
'' the position now seems to be to confirm all to see so much attention given to ( ': and Sunday ; for Savannah and 'oeltlrul1'ulIIl Lucas Patent, run daily between progress and thiilt in all sietions, and

,1 of the nominations sent In and adjourn, as the ladies. Monday and) Friday. Tallahassee and Jacksonville.jritOuick the tendency political power will lie toward #
and from St.
With Steamer Plum daily to !
time connection ;
:sure and it is
''v corruption despotism, as ever
Judge Matthews' friends Prairie Sink is a place l'lIIi.wl'ekltn and from
soon as )possible. Puine's Ga., and safety. EDGAR: VLIET, when the people' are .1i\'l'rll'cllh'JII' the stein
t are, however, not inclined to take this for for visitors ; it is a beautiful place Mary's River Landings. :20-tf. Master Transportation.M criticism authority hy peace and plenty
granted, but are using all of their powers of below a precipice overlooking a AT II \UI'JS.r,.\., -- The Tlmc will he in t the future, as it has! t

j persuading to his support the Senators; who twelve miles long and six miles With Trains for Live Oak'I'ullnha'll'lcl'IIel been in tlll1l'a't.! alisolutely. independent of
1 points in Middle and West FloriI.AT .\. l politic-ill parties, but ,':mlllotly mid l feailcssly
known to have with I
In the last session, are opposed which the sail boats skim LOCHLOOSA, FLA., devoted to integrity\ and patiioti in our

't Matthews' confirmation.THE I c1('.,.uncc. This 1 lake abounds with With Steamer ...lfpll"fllr all points and .statesmanship: and I to the Irccdnm and :sanctity

much so that only a short time \ .,"! Oil Orange Lake, on arrival of Pen LANDRETIIS'SEEDSt of the ballot. Dependent\ paity organs
: t\l LENT SEASON IN VAlllS. I fisherman, with hook and line, / Railroad Train. will continue d. babble ahout party 1I1'lIlIlIcl '

j, To the Editor of the Mirror: and AT OAIXK-SVILLn: FLA., party measures: ; to :-1I1'('rl'i'o8.I'l'n'l'l.t' oniony
hundred twenty-three the truth wln-n demand it
: BEST party inteiests: ,
With Starts Line t for Ocala and Tampa on
March 1 1881. :
I : bass called here trout in two cla : and to lavish the regulation pruiscuftheser-
: .' Wednesday and I Saturday ; from If not ioM m)'OW'town
4 I u Lent putting u stop to all dancing entertainments the fish! !in a cage, in a'nd, TU'sdayl'riday and Sun can get them by ma L Prop vant to the master ; !but t the growing: intelligence
men Tampa
: put us a JYutai Curd for Cato ** w wr JIntraa
the week presiding Ash Wednesday and hauled to and Price. rA OU. }\ are kept alive *. .
j ; JrOl y' in( i t'ni'Kt flaltt.Uiulcrtulting. of the independent nc+espapcranti: the journals
has been taken by numberless private AT ('F.JI.\U KEY, FL.\., 1/ttvw LA."WUETl1 ds
up SON8.I'muD.L.1'.L
j. be sold. They weigh from two to Co.'s Line for which best reflect t the rapidly-increasing
J With Steamship
x'1; I as"well us public balls. Wlu\tlsknuwnusthe some fifteen 1'(1I111s. each. There and Tampa Manatee Monday and Thursday! independence of the people \\il''be tliegreatAmerican .
h American has been especially\ active\ / and journals of the future.
quarter varieties of fish bream, perch 4 p. m., and for Key .West t Sunday
The fiats uinnto reach
'. ,'..C.' but all other balls of the seuI .! at m. m thchijjicst;: !: standard
; t? in this respect\ jack.and other varieties. ; \ United Oj) States and HII'tl1'ast --- of the independent newspaper.: It fearlessly -
I I' .' son have been completely thrown into the in the world where fish: are so ) : With Steamner.ldniirt:1 the for Key Wl'stIIU\'tIllIl. : opposes corruption, and' rings: in allparties
Ii which last night by .-- .... ._-- whether in t-tutcor hut ioit. It
that wus'en -
n ,, t bluulo by "Isaac Walton" would be in u on arrival' of Spceial Train every Tues city
j the wife of the owner of the 4.30 FromHavana it. M. 11E\'IERSON. : : opposes every form of imperial\ political
\tt Mrs. Mackay, state of bliss, floating along the afternoon, at p. in. domination whether '
represented by an in-
k famous Nevada Mines. Th'c large rooms in and Key West every Saturday. Spe
boat its watl' faction .
lake or in a on train to connect. dividual }by a l. or by a party It opposes
her sumptuous abode in the Hue Tilsit beinga mocks: along; its borders arc With :Steamer:; lderltrisr, for (points on the ) sectionalism: North and South us the

.1 thought too small forUhe fit reception of hernumerous charming, and afford recurring (' River, on Thursdays at 0 a. m. demon ttt'the Republic, and it demands )lub-

'' J friends the entire garden abutting thought; and conversation of For. information respecting routes, rates, w and tranquillity law for every and l'the liz"III1t'primacy the t'nion.liberty .

on the road point of the Arc do Triomphe around the "Aladll1Sillk.." ., apply to .\. O. Mu-DONELL, The Time will begin:: the New Year _

: was con verted into u huge ballroom, bup- The hotels: at Gainesville) are not ;" flen'l! Ticket ulI.l1'.ISS.gl'lIt.. btrengthcned in all of its already exceptionably -
massive-looking columns of imitation Gen'l) 21! strong departments. Its Annals of the
t ported on for their homelike uppo \ I) E.: MAxw ELL, Supt. War will be continued in the'l'l.klv edition

t I marble and draped with rare tapes "Arlington" has gained' a very 'IORIDA CENTRAL RAILROAD.! with specially! interesting extracts t'herefrom

> try from the looms of Hlauvais. Wuldenfelt'sband as a well-kept hotel. The \' IJM) I: It '1'\ It Eit. in the other edition*, and the contrilJutorloflSl !

; ( e was reinforced by a full (chorus so that also a gooil house, and there JACKSONVILLE, FLA., March 10, 18iH. FIFTH ST.. FKUNANPINA..\. will! be to from this important the feature of the paper
the dancers had the satisfaction of moving well and after this: date Trains on this Road IIIII-t< distinnui.shcd soldiers ,
smaller are and civilians of the North and :Smth. Its
instrumental will run us follows : l R1.IL HONKS.: METALLIC ('.un.:..... :
1 to vocal as well as accompaniment B large list of contributors!! in this and' in foi-
It i is scarcely possible to imagine* I'VBLIIIED.-The DAY : AND sign countries illbelustre than maintained ;
I of the hostess LIKUEFT BOOK \' Jacksonville ..................... 8:30: A. M. orders prttlllpthyattl'ittiCtL to. its: reliable new corn-p'' 'idi-nce i is unsurpassed
j how juuch this happy thought Webster Unabridged ) \:\ \\' Baldwin ...... ..................... 9:30: A. M. 37-3m by that of any other journal of the
added to the enjoyment her guests, and to issued In the quanity of matter it Lake City ..........................11:33: A. M. .- -- -- country ; its various de'Kirtiuentx essentialto )

i the zest with which dancing eats carried on i I.. believed to be the largest \'e Live Oak........ .................. 1:00: p. si. Slot._ 'CM_tall_ .T1is. __vurc.STREETY .. __ a complete newspajK-r for the home and
best look In members of the Amer- \'e Savannah ..................... H:15: p. M. n" family circle: arc.constantly enlivened by
by tho ; ed.It ? ,' Savannah .......................... 8:00: A. M. : A ititoTiiKit, fresh writers, audit will maintain the

; can colony, which by the bye, suppliesFrench will surprise many readers to \\'o Live Oak........................... 5:55 p. ),I. $ Street 1'a t Otlice it has won solely, on !its merits, si*position ) one
( opposite
\ society with by far the largest proportion it contains eight; times the \ Lake City.......................- 5:00: p. N. + of the most fl'liable'unll complete -

of its beauty. But the pleasantest! char. in the Bible being ve Baldwin ............................ 7:05: r, M. leers l of the world. newspa-
contained at Jacksonville ................. 8:03: p. M, TKUMS : D.\lL\-lldl\'l'rl'll by carriers for
in this
acterUtic of the ball, affording respecta 12mo. volumes that
i ) .t )1.11.SD EXPRESS. (DAILY.) twelve cents a week ; mail subscription tiixciolluN
) most welcome contrast to the majority of $125 each vocabulary ( :
n l1 OOO words ((4.000 of which ,'. Jacksonville............-......... 5:30 ... u. a year, or fifty cents a month i>ost-
that number .
c; Parisian entertainments was been added). '" White House.................... 0:15: p. M. uge fr<'l' SIT.\DIY KMTIOX-Double sheet,
r 1"4 of guests! was exceedingly limited so that It has a new Biographical i \'( Baldwin..................<.......... 7:01)1': M. i It t 5 two dollars! a year' postage free; single copies..
there was ample room and verge enough"for ing brief Important facts >ave Darbyville......................... 7:25: p. N. Y C xi four cents \\ EE -PublUhwl every kit) .
without spoiling the noted; ,' Sanderson......................... H:07 p. M. a unlay morning i two dollars a year :: fivecopies
the ladies to move l'ersuns.Thert.| is a Memoir of Noah Olustee.............................. 8:43' : .. M, 3 ,, W L $H: ten copies. $15; twenty conies
I t effects of their toilettes and fur the men to brief history of the English lan ': \' )It. Carrie.......................- 9.03 ... ),I.rrh'u -5 $:i). An extra copyse11tfree to the getter up L

f lounge about In unembarrassed enjoyment of ciples of Pronunciation, Lists: of Luke City.................. ........ 9.30 ... M. uf a club .".'.
I t fairy-like scene around them. hare( Proper Names: 10.000 O Live Oak.......................... 2:15:: A. N.rrh'e Address! TIm TIMES: r. "
t the Namc-s 700 common English Tallahassee...................... 7:00: A. )C.rrivu __ Philadelphia. Pa.
the only .
t A line in the almanac is nearly Names !levl'ralL: l'J of Proverbs, Albany' ..........................-10:45 A, ),I.rri --- _
( t indication that to-day i is Mardi Gras teh cabulary of Names of Noted re Savannah....................".- 9:01)A.: )I. THY TIIK I

It height of the Carnival season, once devoted Persons: 0.11Il1'la.\8. and many 'ave Savannah ........................- ":30 p. u.
') merry-making and grotesque ble f'utul'l'8.-all of which in a ,' Albany ...........................- 4.-00 p. )I. NEW YORK OBSERVER ,
to. uu'ct mini 1.9.13 einlwllialivd: with .() : ,' Tallahassee ....................... 5:45 p. u.
it jollity In this as in all other Catholic countries III "';. l pages Ito makeup a great ':"' Live O\k.................. ......... 2:15: .\. M. STOVF.S:; HILVTEIIS.: 1UNGEU3.: THIS YEAH.:
) in Kurope Already last year the Parisians useful .lmowlt'l.l;l'. ," lake City......................... ;1:5M.. Till -
1 I complained.that thestreets which in n _. Mt. (arrte............... ........... 4:1H: ) A. M. TIN AND SHEET-IKON WAKE, LARGEST .11.1) REST FAMILYI'APEK

.l mass of color Brick ';\\' Olu.tce.: ....................... ...... -10.\: M. ROOFING AND tiUTTKItlNO, IX TilE WORLD.O .
former days presented a gay \' Sanderson......................._ .'::.'.\) \. ),I. '-
and a lively scene of costumed revelry dur- Lime Cement, n.lrlJy\.iU......................... 5:55 \. M. crCUMUEU: WOOD PUMP, ETC. ; Semi for Sample opy-Free.'
> Shrovetide were almost devoid of both.but ? % : Baldwin......................... 0:40: A. )C. A Urge stock of Stoves on band. Give usa : -
lag of the general throng ,' White House..................... 7:0.I.. call and compare our prices with those of NEW PORK OIISEUVKU: :
to-day the spirit followed the thermometer \T S.\f\B have
appear to I
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Till: CtIWl\SOVTIIKllX: WATERS.Professor els of onions, 3.000( )bushels of potatoes, 173: I II I o. N. (),\.U:S.CONTltACTOn Groceries! nod I'rovl ,loii)i. '
laird, Irthe Smithsonian Institute bushels of wheat too bushels of corn, l11.UlIO: ) II

says that any: pond that will susluimi gold. cucumbers, 0,300 bushels! of Umbels sprouts, I j4 AItI ; AND RUILDER, SItS. ANNE: CLrplIIRl .\ .
fish or frogs will do for carp) ; In fact, no 3,5<)U bushels of turnips, 4,0Xbu'hels of carrota. .

waters arc too warm for them. The national and 150,001) cabbages. The value ti[ I 1 )I \t'r.\crt'RF: ) ST., RET. CEXTIIF.: AunniA
I carp ponds were established in the old these crops, excluding, the wheat: nnd corn, v'M MOl'LDINflS, URACKETS, SAWED ANlTURNED )I ,

;wuinp and canal, near the monument t, at would] reach' from $1.1.000: to $1,1,000: or more 1AN, RALUSTERS: NEWELS: ;, FKRN'ANDINA, FLA.
"Wellington: ); three )'('IItlI\O; and drills for than $300 per acre. This estimate i is !baser :STAIR:: RAILS WOOD}) EAVESTROUnilS. : -
stocking); other waters are now being made on such low prices n** five cents each' f for cau AIkr.NEWEft SHEATII1NO, F.M.EII IN TUB
upon them, over 10,000) young/ lisp about litl"\\'I'r8111111 three cents for cabbages: ; the WKATHERROARDIMUxnFLOOR -

five inches long having hecn sent to Kallll!!, I lowest market price in fact. C'liolrcwt FruHn and Vr&;rtnblcH!' ,
Nebraska, :Missouri, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois!, 1NJ.

Prunsylvanialaryland: Virginia, North SUM.MiHT.The CONFKCTIONKRI1-X: : KTC.Rliss' .
Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Louis Stair and Church WorkA
sun, if will only housesto ; ;kJ
you open your
i iana1'enmiesseeIuntueky'fexasanti! 1 New
York. him is a faithful l physician: who will be Has been In constant SPECIALTY.! lardcn Seeds, Flowers, Farm and
pretty constant in attendance and who will > t. d Oarden Inplemiu'nta.. 7 tf
TIIOItlOl'i; : OF TIII: CAUP. -- ---- -- ------ -- ------ --
send in no bill Many years ago glass was use by the public ( + DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMES AN.E1..L -
U .
Professor laird says that the carp is probably something of a luxury\ but now we ran all for OF ALL SIZES.Post ,\
of Asiatic! origin; and has been dOlllcstieutell ; over twenty years, \
have sized windows and
0 guud- plenty of Office Box 174. AND} COXKKCTIOXERS: \
in China for thousand of years. It them, at modcrato. cost: and, there is no excuse and U the best preparation junl Fernnmlina\ 11J.UI'S /\, llAKlms I
has, however, been so extremely distributed for making mere loop-hihs, through
in Europe as to have become: in n measure, which\ the sun can: cast but half an eye' and, over Indented for ItESTOK- Tho CllorctuGroceries
a native fish, oeeuring in public' waters as from which 'llarruw : McGIE1'IN,
well in inclosim. It is Oil'an gain only INO OKAY lUlU TO ITS I State Cigars& acid Tobaccos!
us private emphatically \world
of the beautiful
glimpses outer If
\ I O N T U A 0 T OU AND 11111I.IER. !
ti farmer's lish, mid may wifely: be bay windows are too expensive: a very desirable YOUTHFUL COLon AND Assayer C TOYS AND FANCY ARTICLES. l
claimed to be l fishes what: chickensare
among substitute can be had, by placing two and
among birds, and pigs and ruminants LIFE. II Alal'1l1ltn'd: between Second and Third,
ordinary-sized windows side by side with a
--- ChemIstIt Wedding Entertainments: and ricnica
among mamals. Its !'pl''ialll1\'rit lie in the aide i
capacious: ledge at thu bottom for seatsor J.'lmAIH1"LA..
fact' of its sluggishness and the with It supplies thc natural Mass. furnisbcd nt the shortest notice, at rock-bot
!: ease plants. A room with a window, like this Orders nnd estimates! front a distance carefully -
which it is kept in very limited enclosure:: *, it cannot: fail to be cheery, and its effect: in u rood and color to tho hair i I and attended to. :.Ti-tf! tom prices, at ANOKL'S: RAKKRY .-

being vegetable feeder and its general moHcnMrcncss simple cottage house is quite Mimptu.ius. glands without training the ._ 'i
] -- Centre Street
whereas trout and black ba: skin. It111 Increase and '
ri.oitin.v :ITJ! Opp. old I'. O. Ruilding. {
require n supply of animal food for their is less than the hawitulow 'I Physicians
: exposed deep to thicken the of the I 'd "hwma. .. ...
growth -
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sustenance and growth ; the carp, while not outer heat and cold. In u kitchen, or in achild's .,, ,
disdaining, Mica, worms, larva, etc., live on bedroom, or in an attie: where the half, present Its blanching endorse: amrr JEWEiiIt1': !.
the succulent roots and leaves of and ofT, ROIl thus
<< aquatic walls:: are low two half windows !'ol'toi.ll'. by Lilting '
plants their K-eeK fall into the 'I and FIIOM FISH SCAM-:,
!, us they side and made to slide oropjn on hingiM;, AVERT UAI.UNESM.
water, and otherVuuikirsubstances: and may, a liuit broad generous light and pleading S > II recom t
be fed very readily upon corn: bread, root rustic air. Let the builder! endeavor have S \ I 1.It 1.it SKA IIKAX: SKA S1IF.M-,
crops: raw or boiled, and indeed any vegetable all the rooms in diilyu-H-, especially the cures tithing rUI'mCnl
refuse whatever.Its bc'droomi and :sitting rooms, well lighted, by I tions nnd JlUllhu'f.8' nIIAIU as a. PALM NUT .11J.1(1( .ITUl'I'F,1TlI.:
rate growth, too is: something marvelous the sun To !sleep on uns anted beds and JHI>S1NO It Is \crydesirable prcrxttriumph '
:: and, as observed :so: far in the! spedmetis in unsunned! clm.umib'm's, and to work day Kltliitf tiie hair n Also, FKATIIKIi FANS AND FKATIIKU1'I :

introduced into the United' :State's, after day in uiiMinncd rooms/ is the unroptnted silken I00UI'8111'hldl nil <() ']: OIA\: <11': STICKS.SKA This !space reserved! for
} being more remarkable here than I ; in Knrope. sin of half the t ,'' v'igorallsiy I admire. It the head in mediaclean I
keeps : SMKM.S, KTC.For : A. 11. NOVKS, (iltorKH AND HllIP Clft.tDLKK,
Among the original!: fi>h imported! from, aflirms a prominent riter. Hut this s-lmufd snrrt and lu-nlthy. cine.WHISKERS .
crape and which are now only abontthreo t not bu said of this ,part of the nation; living I I sale: nnd maelo, to order. who I is too busy to write! on advertisement.
and a half )'I'arloll.:: are MIMICfrom 2.i to oil; inthleciuutrytartruth I thusetaw'eriubrick "
inches:: in length, weighing from four to eightor !: walls whose: steps take haldun the h.I: .. 10 Centre St. bet Second and'l'Iiird.
nine pounds.AIM1TKI ,
,'and in whoop depressing; shadows :' '
) TO SOUTHERN CLIMATE AND TO POlT.MW. many lives must III'cssarilhe spent In : --- ---
The carp will thrive best in artificial or the country: with a whole sky to draw from / < C. D.'liT. II. 8TEITX. .

natural ponds with muddy bottoms:: and let there he light If any rooms in the house h' .\. C. 11\ ItT .V CO..
such us abound in vegetation. In large must look solely 'to the north for illumination
ponds it may not be necessary to put any let them lie; the parlor and,I the spare \\C\INGHAM'S Importers and Wholesnle Deulcra in

special food, but in restricted incloMires, as, chamber. People who come and go can: lie D FOR DYF
for instance, those<< of a fraction of an acre, cheerful for while in a to irtli-tvindaw'ed", Foreign& and DoiiioNtlc' .
they IWIbe fed with the refuse of the apartment, but the constant dwellers in a ----- -

kitchen garden, leaves:: of cabbage! lettuce, house need its funniest' rooms.M wilt change the beard to a IlKOU'N or Fruits, Nuts, "'t"., .J-iJ" Tn'n..
leek, etc., hominv or other Mib.stanccs. BMV MMMM VBMM .
Grain of any kind Is generally better boiled C111E'ItI1'1'OI'I.l:. 1ILACK at dlKcrotlon. liclng In one N w. M, 57 atilt 50! ;Market Street,

before fed to I the fishes', but this:: is:: probably preparation It la easily applied, and A W. LOHMANN'SFAMOUS

not absolutely IICCl' sar '. Oh the comfort of them There is but product n permanent color that will CHAKLKSTON] SOUTH CAROLINA] .
#: It is a prime necessity! that there be no one thing like them-that is ::'<1I11 !llille. It is:: *
i predaceous:: fish in the same pond( with carp. the fashion to state the ('otlll'milOllotll'r end not wash on. qty Consignments); of I.'I.oltllOIl..\ m.4 -

r. )j, Of course: the larger fish will} be measurably foremost c., to flatter the cheery people by 1'RE1'.tRED I'.Y solicited, and prompt returns maele. lJj: -Otit;

; c secure from the attacks:: of carnivorous comparing them to the sin I think it is R. P. HALL & CO NASHUA N H. _____ __ ..___ .. ____ n ___ _..______. I'ropurcU Flour.
species:: about the same size, but the ctrgsand the best: way of praising the sunshine: to say .
:young will become prey to the rapacity of that it is almost as bright and inspiring us Sold by all Duets In Medicine. 1.t"ul.1& Crllscneeuls.' --
their associate. As general rule, the I fish the presence of cheery people. --. -- - --.-- ..----- -- -- __ -.- -
.t will thrive best when they tire the sole occupants : That the cheery people art brighter and SAW MILL, LAND Ill.Ircnitottrt 111 lhclluitedlluICS. ONLY FIVE: CENTS: 1'EU I'OUND.
of particular waters:: although the association : better even than sunshine is'I'I' easily i Non Iieru HUlrlrt, ofl'loritla.

of suckers and chubs would be the proved l ; for who has not seen a cheery person AND Aiutirii Docioirrr: Receiver: ,
less:: objectionable than that of sunfish, perch make u room unIu day bright in spiteof 8. .
or black bas.s.8PAWMNO. the nun's not shining at I\II-ill !'o1'itl'I'' piTORANOE GROVE FOR SALE. Tun ATI.\ TW, Grt.Fk WKSTIMH :<< } LI17,1i1y. G-tf i AT OLD 1'. O. nUlJ.I>JNG.

I"I AND Jl\PII INCUKAsE: -WINTERyUAUTEUS. clouds und, rain and cold all doing their I .\ TKVNSIT l'uiMl'INY.NOTICE .

I v'thl'st to make it dismal' ? Therefore, 1 : I IS HKIIKHY: UVK.V, : THAT ii. i,:. i/oTTiitiittKRNANDINA : : -I

I The spawn in the spring, in May and say: the fair way however is to compare! the sun toch'cery : undersigned; offer! for sale: the i l l hell the railroad belonging l i i to timeaaive

I '? June, and indeed in some circumstances people. whichever way we /I.1iti -na11m'd e'omp'iny: extending from the
'. l throughout the entire spring. They are very may; state the comparison, it is a truo and, Saw :,11111 nt Million, city of Fernandina Cedar Key, in tli'n State 1 FLORIDA,
good one, L\lIIllIelllH'r the cH'crIIl'IIple! nor
f; prolific, the female laying from fiO.OOO( to of Florida, anti nil its property, rights, franchises
.. ':$' 600,000 eggs, according to her izThe eggs the "sun need' take ollene'c. In fact, believe Transit Uailroad, near: I-'ermindina, privileges, immunities nnd interests ti'! ALEIt IN
they will always he such: II.JI friends and
that it bus hereafter be entitled
adhere tenaciously\ to whatever they touch, now or may
and for that reason it is very important that work so steadily together for the sanu; ends, t20 acres! of fertile Lund, to, nt public auction, to the! highest bidder, I'IIIC Family (JrocerlenAN1
that there is no d.IIII'rIf); cither's grudging! the olllceof thcNaid Atlantic ull'A:11'rst
at (
the new pond should be provided; with floating With :an general ,
the credit of what has been done.
India Trim-lit in the
weeds:: for such' attachments. The eggs Company, cityof >
If there were only sure und certain recipe Orange Cirovc 01' 200 TreoN. Fcrmmdinn Florida, the:fourth ;if
hatch out in a few day, and the young rdWvt'r on fitly (
I Thefeed voraciously for making u cheery person, how glad AIril,1H81, nt 10 cluck in the forenoon of PROVISIONS.
) rapidly.; upon we would be to try it? How thankful we The :Mill is in first-cla-os); : order. A tram Mud day. The sale is made tt
pursuant udecree
the so-called frog thcgrcenalga scum
in Ill'!. would all beta elii; good like sunshine.: To road extends) three miles into line tract of 'of the Circuit Court! of the I nit 'ii
so common
frog pOI cheer everybody and help everybody timber. J>. llou" :Stnrj Hlacksmith'
N to up \l'lIillri 'c, !, < States for the Northern District of Floinla,
waters are especially adapted carp. along !-to have everybody's face brightentime and for
Shop, Stables Barters employes, on rendered in this .
Whenever the water becomes chilled I down Customers: can rely upon getting CHOICE
minute we came in :sight Why, it seems the causeJ.
I to perhaps forty degrees, and especially It. ('. DUKW,
t to me that there cannot he in this life any
1 frozen over at the top, the lisp: bury thcm- pleasure half so great as this would. be. If ;:.fJ" Price Very Low for C'usli. febai!}- Iw. Special Master.Ill (IOODS: mtsNO'I'IIIN(1

selves in the mud, aggregating in lots offrom we looked at life only from a selfish point of WTUYfcH
hundred with \\ It. C. : :, Olroiiit: Court I'oiirfli Judicial
i fifty to one frequently view it would hu wllrlh'hill' lea
to checrysatisfaction
their tails! projecting, :and constituting whatis ... ... i-'ii-i: ) w. 110\1'. 4'ir<*uit. 2Vassaii, i'ouutj'. Tin. (! RUT THE: FINEST RRANDS
.1. 1..1. .1.1 I. u..I.
; ,- "no'I'-"a'"', ire ..u,....'t- .. .. u...,. .u. ''',,1 .a 1-; It Fcrnandina.mT .

called in Germany that "kettiesofruses.should not:be it dis is tohave* everybody.) s glad to live __ ___ __ ___ n __ __ ____ ___ __ ___ DONALD! i Me-KAY, ) Mortgage; Fonclovs. -
very important they with us, to see us, even to meet us on, the } sure in Iviuitv.;
turbed[) under such l.irl'ulIItallce" Of course, street."Ijit. 1> YOUUSKLVKS: : by making: I'.1LI.111'I)110ND.! : : Notice of :.Sale."VTOTICK lire kept' in stock.J. .
while hibernating they are not 'MONIJY l: when a p.l.lcn -- -- .-------
thiswiy --- -
t likes to let her in the elll1r. saidan
: is liereby given that in
pnrsuJ. -
feeding although they are :said not to lose cn.iuci it ''oiiored therebv( nlway.s keeping
Irish :servant, of woman who I knew eif decree made in tin '
: -nth- from dour. Those who always l unco a n >ovu ( 11- U. PJIKSCOTT.Style \
apparently in weigh In the more poverty your .
was always> cheery and bright, tile face of tilled it onh-rcd adjudged
; making actioij, whereby wns: -
freeze take ad hiutageof the wail l chances for
em regions, where the waters do not ; ])
her d shure !
it'sIlegikid, nnd decreed (but tlll'rc'II'i elite from
IIIIIIIC.that ur'ot1i'rl..1 becoinowealthy
they will probably feed throughout;: the year Ollldlll.lyl1I1'e asked, a great painter, .while thoM who generally do not improveMich said Redmond to Haid McKay I on the:'Id day of
and make a more rapid growth.So >
whose pictures w're remarkable for thcirex- July, ISHO< u certain iioteand ogiven
cfiantvK remain in Wewant upon; mortgage
: far waters have proved too warm for !poverty.
:: no
and. beautiful coloring.! Mr.
quisite "Pray by naid Redmond( to one* 1'.1). WhllIIl'y *
them indeed said! thrive especially many IIH'II. women boys and girls to work
they ore "
; how till mix .ilors ? Fit
you your c on the :'id i day of June, IHT'i.' upon certain ,
well in reservolrsr; receiving! ); the condensed for us right in their own I localities. Tholiinin !
"With brains, iiudim, with brains
I'rCIIIIIlwrt'IrIIlf't'r tll'lIl'rihl'l 1 the mini
water of low steam engine's in : ess: will pay more than ten Bales ordinary
pressure growled the painter. His ill nature spike a of tbrci hundred dollars, with one hundred Comfort
furnish outfit
of lOt degrees waj.l'lC.'e : tin expensive ,
Germany over tetnlicrature.I'L.INI'SIS
truth. .\11111'n ha.lor might have had the
lIulllil".y dollars IlIh'rl'"lul' to taiclllllh', and
and all that you need free. No one who
colors ho used ; but no man produced the that the premises described in said mortgage AellDurability.
t'tmitges fails to make money' very rapid! .
ll'1ATIfL'RI'It01'111TS.llerr colors ho produced.So You can: Ih'voltollr whole( time to the be lIolllul'aUl'y indehte-dneSH: together
llanneman, inspector of the botanical would say in <11 I I'l'rhH'o.4.: Patience', work, or only/ voiir spare moments. For. with all costs: ('I'I''IUIIII charge's attending the .
gardens at Proskan, Germany, has observed sympathy and humor are the ('nlol'1Jut; information: amid id Ii! that is needed sent free. proceedings in this act ti ion, I will sell in front
that several plants may be used us patience may be mere dogge-dness aid reticence A 1 Ilre's SnslCls ,t: Co.. P"rtlallli.lallH'. 0 of tin ( :unlrt-Iialtso' door in l-'ernandina
weather prophets lie finds that Tonvolvu sympathy may be wordy and shallow Nassau (''lIllItFlllritla., at 12 11 1. on the Kb :

due 1\r\'cII"i", the common English bindweed, ami !selfish aril humor may be only a sharp CII1II': :: TO 'fJm )11 HltoI:. $2 I'KIl day of April,' iMrtl. nil the right; title nnd) : -
anti Angallis arveiiMs, the English: pimpernel perception; of the ridiculous. Only, when S, uniium ; $1 for six months interest of( said I Parley Redmond, on the :'id
spread! their leaves: at the end of wet they are mixed with love-love', three times day of Jum, 1H7H, together with nil equity
weather, while the llitti.'rtlIt species of clover love-do we have the truegoodcheerof genuine _._ n __ __ ___ __ __ of redemption in and to the following; de*>

contract them. Stellaria media, the chickweed cheery people. l-rof.Sollululd, HiiMliH'hs, CurtisIV.M. "u..II..1, ..,et. .I.t rt..11 1 haw. .t".UIt...-.. .. .
at nine o'clock in the morning' if the -- -, _on' _, ___ _,_ A certain lot of land, being/ about ", w- -
1 r weather i is clear straightens: its flowers, I'APCIl FltOM IlVMSSE, CoTTOJJ: SrALKti AND n. c. iniitviifr : : half mile from Kill).;'* Ferry )being in T. 4 N'.,
i i, spread its leaves, and keeps awake until OKRA.-The J'i !IItIII' KtY'hatl'vt.'r doubt R 2,1 K.: und conveyed in n deed from Kmcsline : lI.nluJe largely Inrroat4ctl' my
/ noon ; if, however there is:: rain prospect' may have existed heretofore, as to the ,practicability : Albcrtic to Tittles "', (Redmond, and
." the plant droops, anti its flowers. do not of manufacturing p.II'I'r'tlllt of ba- \ ENERAL: C() BII?MERCHANT, recorded October 'J.'>th, 1873, in Hook N, page slid of l'oolfar, lit both flue .

ope II. If they open a little, the cumin.; rain I gassicotton stalks! and okra, has! !Jl'CItin- III, of Nassau County: Record of Dce-d-t., und and iiMMliiini grades, I nut cua-
will bo of shortduratiun. The saute with ally answered I through the' etforts of Mr. CEXTUK Sr., NF.UI R. R. DKI-OT, described as: follows : Regiiuiliig: ) ut u gum
Pjinpinellasaxatraga.; Calendula pluvialis.the I Thomas J.p'ar.: tree 1I'ur'ullel..tllc.k Creek and on tho )line bled lo place before my eiiMlonierM -

marigold, opom between six and M-VCII This t'IItI'IIJLIr't'nlh'' forwarded to a FERNANDINA, FLA. of land owned l )by Adam Armstrong, und a \ery large iiMHorlinent, of
in the morning, and generally keeps awake Mobile! papernoiliseveral samples, : of fibre, running) NorthII6 J.u..t: ft) cliains, ton pineIn
until four in the aflrtll"JII.In such cases and has! received hack five distinct &IH-CJ- u pond ; from thence in u nun tb westerlyilireclioii Roots' iintl Shoes, made by the
the weather will bo steady ; if, on the other mens of manufactured paper-tilreH of various lay, Cora Oat*. through; said 'pond, along the cen
nntl skilled
hand it has not opened by seven o'clock in portions of the okra stem, and one of ---------- --- tre of it branch of xald. Woo<|itock Creek, eoiiiieleul

the uhlrlllng'Ull may that day look for cotton und one of sugar-cane; stalk. These A. W. COCKHE1.L: JXO. T. WU.KKIt to u pine near Woodcock. Creek, and one workmen. These Goods, wereiiirfliatetl
-lI\chui.arn'lI..i": and Olteraceus\ the sample are all satisfactory, !but the cotton WALTEIt It. YUKS. chain) from it to place of hl1-tlnlllllg.'llItl\ln-
hog-thiatles); indicate tine weather for tomorrow sample especially so, for a tine specimen of hug: thirty-two und ninety-one one hundredth | for (''A.SII, and uro

if the head of the blossom clo-es writing paj.er is the result The okra ni>eci- I WALKER .\; YATES, acres, being a part of the NcUotiJrant. only eoliance fur flee Nameromniotllly.
for the night ; rain if it icmains open. mens vary from the coarseot, stemt wrapping pOCKRELU ( I in Nassau (:mnty. Florida and de-
Again : rain is certain if llarbiscis:: tr n un, paper; to a soft ulltI.l1ky sheet of almost. tissue (COl' JU'=I.I. WALKER, Jacksonville,) wrilie! according tu a survey mado by I*. \\'. TlilM will be deem

the bladder ke-tmi. does not open its blossoms palcr.| Oscar Koerner. ed u pleasure airier MceliiK, exumlnlnK -
; ifC'ardunusacalis the htemless this :tlr.peariiIndefatigablelithiseffrls I : to : Also, u certain lot of land beginning at or :
tie, closets ; if clover, and most allied kinds, utilize these waste I'ruduct8orour fields and Attorneys nod CouiiHt'IIorN? near the head of WiMH'nt/x'k Creek' running and leuriilni; at whatextremely

their leave Also, if 1..3l11psanacolII- plantations.Xew. }>'JmJHJo'I.A.. along the course of Maid m-fk to a fluke on low prices these
mums, the nipple wort does not close its the line of land Hold to (jilt Underwood ;

blossom for the night ; if Darby verna. the AdvcrtfaementM. Office Clerk of the Circuit Court. from thence North 43 Kant.: 21 chains) ',II) Goods, tire ottered.FIIKMNIII.XU .
whitlow grass!, let its leaves hang: drooping; ; link, to a pine( on the back: line of the NVI-
ifGalliiim vermtm well.sande\lialcsstron0" Yacht stilt (Jrant : from thence along nuld line of ;:r 11y ,,'()(Okof GIN'I'1.1:111a'S
to Let.Till' .
I ly ; UM> if birdie went the air. Anemoneranuculitides WALTER It. Y.TEIC.ntury Public.! Gl 4tB NcNon Grant 17 chains 1/11\111.11.\ to a u pine ; (;<>OI>S U
the crowfoot anemone tells : safe: and commodious Yacht NICY. --- --- tlll'lueurth :'SO" luist: L'tchaimt: ) J IS link to worthythe

the coming: rain by closing: its tblot oiu> ; l). O. Darling' can be chartered W. K. IIAriCXICJHT, u pine : from thence North 41 East: 11 nllenlloii of tliowe tleNlrluicHue

while unvmone mentai.sa carrie it* flowers fur pleasure parties at rca> enable rates. 01.- AUKXT, chains 10 links to u Make In n rm-k ; from < ootl.
erect when the weather is fine, and droops ter lakes at KIII '11 Hay a specialty. head Milong the route of wild mtk to the < .
when' overcoat.MIBKET For particulars, apply to Major Suhrcr WIIOL>>4U.1t AM HI TAIL said I Wo'wlstock Creek ; from thence along! A-OrderM left to selection
Mansion IIoue, or J. Th:>mpson, HIHHIT UTCHER: AND HTO'K DEALER. Maid WrMMlntock Creek to place of beginning: my

: (IAgDENING'-Mr. II. Stewart, a Hoiia, St. Mary', or add r.** A.NDDealer: I*'ing situaUsl in T. 4 N, It, 2-\ H.. in NassauCrfHinty. will receive careful and prompt
pruwihentmarket gardener of Uergen coun Cut 0. G. lJ.\ 1tI.I\O. In Ice "'Ia.. and being part ,>f the Nel oii attention.

N. J., writers to the Country ieutUavm, 15-131 St. Mary's. Ja. TENNEsYiI:11E1I' A SPECIALTY rant, cjjntaining forty-Mix acrcti, more or
that ........
last year a Lung Island trucker raised -- less. J H: PRESCOTT
on forty-five acres of lan<15,000) mum of J 011 PRINTING, in every style, and at liKOOII SrKECT. WllAtf C. L. HOBIN80N. ,
strawberries, ,UlJO cauliflowers, :,:iOO !bush the lowest rates, at the MIKEOB otHce. lMf! ..:ns ASfJlSFLA.. 15-51 special] Master.N 4-3m Fernaudlna, FI..


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FLORIDAMIRROR mOny in the cose! of the Congressional! contest there is little, but, 0 dear I LVKOKCT HOOK l'unr.l\IIr.I1.-The; edition ofWebster's Yacht to Lot.

between Colonel Bisbcc and General Flnl v, A wealthy Friend Quaker from Ohio has Unabridged Dictionary recently rrillil: safe and commodious Yacht NICY.

I ;00 A 177.1/f: $1.00 POll SIX 4iThc'riis; The witnesses! subpoenaed were among the lately purchased land near town, and,\ is!' improving issued, In the 'quanity: matter it contains, I 1 Captain O. (1. D.irling. can be charten-a
; rates -
reasonable Oyster
\ most substantial naturalized citizens who for parties!!
\ it. We welcome such visitors cordially is believed to be the volume publish pleasure! .

t Local Reflections arc naturally very indignant nt this attemptto and hope the Friends will establish n ('11. Hake particulars nt King's,! apply hay n to specialty.For Major Suhrer,

invalidate their rights of citizenship. We colony here. :Spencer -
It will surprise many readers\ know that Mnn-ion\ IIou!'o. or J. Thompson
; We ore indebted to Senator Call for valuable understand that no testimony t was obtained Rev. J.(Irinnell, a Friend Evangelist: : from it contains eight t times the amount of matter I house, 5t. dary's, or address DARLING

t I public documents. that can be of any service to Colonel llisbee Tennessee, has been holding, a very Interesting contained in the Bible, being !sufficient' to 15-131 CAl'8 O. U.:St'::> Mar "'8, 011.,

s: I Jay Gould, Esq.!' the well-known financial: in his contest ; indeed! it is alleged that if a series of'.trvices lately, and Dr. Duncan, make 75 12m o. volumes that usually sell for I -- -- .-
I I and railway magnate, is now in Florida. investigation was had, many votes! illcgallycast of Fairbanks, is now engaged: (in similar labor. $12. each I vocabulary comprises over I ---
for Colonel Bi. bee would be rejected. 11 ,OIIO() words ((4iOO( of which have recently I SAW MILL, LAND
Congress! having; adjourned, the principal been added).
\ ; dignitaries arc visiting Florida for recrea The orange interest i.s increasing. In 1870 It has anew Bil rn\ll1\ cal Dictinnaryguy-I AM

: tion. Temporary Change of Amelia Inland there were ten trees within two miles of hog brief important facts concerning 0,700 | Td'rORANGD DROVE FOR SALE.

Archer, and now there are over 8,000 !set in noted persons.There' .
I I' T. Barnum, one of the best!' known men Main Light besides is n Memoir( of Noah Webster a'' -
Notice is hereby given, that and after groves; this, there are about G.OOO( brief the Principles II
in America this on history! of KnglNh language 4
passed! through
l : our city
peach trees!!, 1,000 LcContc and offer( for sale the 4
week. April., and while the tower is being repaired pears quite of Pronunciation, Lists! of .IooOH'rlp-I undersigned '
t. I the main light on Amelia Island, number of loquats, almonds, Japanese perSimmons ture Proper Names; 10.000 Geographical\ ) I rJLj11in )
+ :Mr. J, II. Abbott, a prominent citizen of 1 etc., in all about 20,000 trees Names, 700 common English Christian! Saw :.11111 at Dntton,
Fla." will be discontinued and
t u fourth-or- Names, several pages of Proverbs, ite., n vocabulary -
Jacksonville, was fatally injured by n fall der light, showing white Hashes every thirty against 200 in 137G. of Names of Noted Fictitious Transit!' Railroad, near Fernandina,

during the past week seconds, will be displayed from a temporary The future of Archer ns a fruit centre is Persons and Places, and many other valuable I 320 Acres", of Fertile Lend, :'j

General Horatio Jenkins, Jr., was nominated structure near the tower. The focal plane assured:! especially! for the peach' and pear. A 1 ft'aturl's-ul1 of which, in a vnlmncof ;
t 1,923 pages, embellished with 3,000 Engravings ; With an I
for mayorof Jacksonville at the Republican will be seventy-four feet above mean low peach seed at the Archer nursery was planted go to makeup n great store-hnuse of I

I convention held March 21lh.I water. The structure is to be an open wooden in March, 1878, the tree resulting i.s now Useful: ( knowledge! Orange Grove of'SOO Trees.

I Our March winds )have been surmounted fifteen feet high, diameter of trunk is eighteen .. order. A tram I
blowing pyramid by a lantern. -- ---- -- The Mill( I is in tir!'t-class\
i strongly from the West during )part of the By order of the lighthouse board : inches nt the ground, and has 2,000 New Advertisement, road extends three miles!' inton fine tract of

past week. It will be seen, however, by ref- JOHN RODOEIIS, peaches on its branches.The roit SAM: timber. Dwelling House, Store, lllacksmith A
and for employes!, on
s Stables quarters
i cnce to our table of temperature, that the Rear Admiral U. S. Navy, Chairman. Peento peach still keeps up its good Shop the place. j.
weather has been mild and comfortable. --.- record, and will insure fruit In April this D1'SInAHl.l': : HOUSE: CONTAIN I (,
I I I I I very Robbery.The year, mind the growth it makes indicates its A five rooms with Closets, front Piazza, ji'S" Triee Very I.ow for Cash.W. .

office of the Southern Express in this adaptability to our soil. large Yard, Orange, Lemon and Hanana 11. C. DURYtiE,
I I The fine omnibus! formerly belonging tot Trees. Centrally located Good title, etc. FRED W. HOYT.
t the National Hotel in Jacksonville has been city was broken into and robbed on Wednesday The extreme cold! North has greatly For further particulars, inquire nt this 15.It Fernandina.iii .
night last.! The burglars first obtained increased!' the correspondence about lands, onice. 4-tf
handsomely repainted and. trnnferred to the
r an entrance into the rear of Mr.: ( !Stark's: premises etc., lord it is to be hoped will add to our --- .- ----- ----
t Egtnont !stables in this Several! tine
and then easily cut out space' in the par numbers. SAOITARIUS. .
turn outs have also been added to the Eg-: IMPORTANT NOTICE = I
t I tition large enough to enter the express oilicc. -
j mont stables.
I Here they paid their attention to the iron I List of Letters

t The ,steamer Florida was blown ashore on safe and by means of powder blew open' the Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandinna -

I the marsh on Wednesday on her trip to this safe-door and took from it all the contents, Nassau county, I'a.larch 18, 1831. J. & r1"' KYDD :.

t city. Her consort, The City of ftridgeton, extricated which, we arc glad to learn, did not exceed Persons calling for these letters must say advertised .

her from. uncomfortable position, $ 200 in value. There were a large number : Arc receiving immense additions to their already large stock of ;
and brought her freight and passengers to of parcels and bundles in the office which Aluandcr, Miss I Melly Akerholm, 1'. J.

this city, the Florida returning to Savannah. were not disturbed. Briggs, Mrs. Josephine Baker, Sam
Butler, ChcrmciliaCowpcrthwait Brut, Mrs.( I.. J. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS I
The work on the Fcrnandina" t t Jacksonville The robbers could hardly have been professional M. B. CarnequeMrs.T.M ,

t; Railroad. I is progressing satisfactorily. cracksmen us they did not seem Copcnot. Miss( HcnnicConors Chotomon, Daniel i

: As soon as the piling and trestling are finished provided with tools, but obtained a cold Mrs.I Vamp JohnCrawford Men's and Youth's Clothing',
Robert Casrey, Flandcr
across Nassau river the remaining work chisel by breaking into a smith's shop. Dclnoec Count )Fisk, JohllI"atoll FROM LOW-PRICED TO FINE: (nool>s.
of laying the iron between Nassau: river They arc doubtless some of the gang which Patter Mrs. 1.'rllnkcI.'rank

and Cedar creek will require very few days. usually Infests our sister city of Jacksonvillein Ilildreth, Fred.L. llannon. Hansom IiESS (:OOUS-A full and complete stock, consoling of SUMMER: SILKS,

,, We learn that it is expected to be completed the winter.--- Italic Howell, :Miss, :Mrs!f Nora Laura Hunter Hull, John, Dolphus T. ALL-WOOL LACE: BUNTINGS, LAWNS, LINEN I.AWXBAHIor.:: :;( .$ and GRENADINES : ..

soon after the first proximo. The Santa Fc Canal. Jackson, Miss Annie Jones.James!' ; SWISSES: TARLETANS: VIV'l'OHL11111 PERSIAN: LAWNS lit low prices. i

A large excursion party from Atlanta arrived Livingstone, Senrr Lewis, Miss Alice M.Morson RargaiiiM in Summer SilkM-from Fifty Cents upwards.
C. ,Yo Lewis Esq. of the directors o/
I one Moore, Capt. C. L.Mnnurey : Mollie(
on yesterday! by the 11.J.. Plant and the Santa Fe Canal Company, who has beenin ( BohbleClrrl: Abram Jr. Gents' Fine Furnishing Goods a Specialty. "
I Cumberland Route. In the party we were Waldo, in attendance upon the meeting :Miler, RobertMcEven :Magee( E.: A.
' f pleased! to notice Colonel L. P. Grant, the : ( :: Charles :Mille, :Miss:! :Mary( I
of the directors of that company\ informs\ Rnbinsnn.llfred Rus,;.cl, Tom Our Improved Dollar Shirt 1 is:1 the best, unsurpassed\ in fit and quality.
well-known railroad manager, H. \Wrenn.. that the canal is now fully\ completed. and Roberts. Miss! Allie HOlcott.Irs.! : Rhody Bleached and Brown C'olloim at Wholesale Prices. Fruit of Loom at

general ticket agent, Dr. J. I. Logan, the has n free, open channel of upwards: of thirty Creep :Miss( :Sophie= Richardson: .1.11. 10 cents ; 1O-1 SlieetlngN, 25: c'c'nhi. I

1 : eminent physician, and other notable pcopie. feet in width and with nn average depth of Rankin: Jes"io SandesllksSipe: ) A case splendid: Standard Print at G cents per yard.OWe :

I We learn that they will stop here on five and a half feet. :Vincent-=lIIlth"II1t'r! Oleo Thomas Williams, ,:Mrs.:\1 rl.Louise:Sarah: j:: arc Agents! 'for IUCVMX: &fc CO., leading Clothiers of New York City.

r their return from their trip to the St. Johns. The steamer i is also completed and readyfor i WllftlIr: Mat tie Yong Flirt Spring\ ; Samples now ready; 200 :styles: -sixty of them from ft 15 to !j25: per Miiit. '

t We had the pleasure of IlIt'eUngj( EvaC. : business.! It has!! been deemed better to Washington, :Mrs.( Lettes! Fit guaranteed.
llritton, editress: and proprietress of the defer tho opening celebration until the S.t ia. T. l:mnnrst., 1'f.: ;?f-A visit to our establishment will convince you that, while we do not sell '

Hurricane; + of Charleston, S. C. We hopeour wharves: warehouses! etc., are constructed.Mr. --- --- inferior Goodsvo l, arc the Cheapest Dry floods House from :Maine to

fair friend, the editress: will change the Lewis speaks in very high; terms of the A Card of Thanks.AitMonv Florida. I Itr.

,, name of her paper to the "Zephyr," ns we thoroughness!' with which the work has been : NASSAU: LIGHT. ARTILLERY, 1 dfc T. lESL ST'DID ,
arc sure that would bo more appropriate to done, and especially! of the canal bridge, New York Office/ ) f N.E. Cur Centre and Third Sts.,
of time had March 14th tf I
At ,
meeting }
a corps : 1/- <
tho gentle nnd cultured management. Perhaps built at an elevation of twenty-eight feet S3Valker Street Fernandina:', Fla.
the following resolution waof1'l'rt'l1.
] however, it I is !simply: a striking null- above the water The completion of this
Itesoti'eil, That the grateful thanks of the 1
thesis. Wo wish the Jfurrlciine every success canal reflects great credit upon its projectors, :
tendered to the ladies for
battery are hereby
$ in enlarging its circulation in the Land of whoso indomitable pluck and perseverance their and ; SANBORN & I-IO YT
(generous support hearty cooperation
Flowcis. entitle them to all The
praise. success -
- -
assisting; us in preparing the banqueton :
which has!' attended this valuable improvement I II
+s The Steamship Rhyl. time occasion of our late anniversary.The I ----r- ---r-
will lend the to similar undertaking .
: way
; The British steamship Rhyl 1 sailed from I
: in other of the :State> foremost '
parts :: ,
this port, for Liverpool, yesterday with a full Weather. ; 1Cf) \ ;
cargo. among which we hope to see the opening of LOCAL OIWKUVATIOX8. 1\
canal from Newnan's lake into Orange
> n FKKXANDINA.: FLA., :March 25, 1881.
1 The Cumberland Route. lake, and thence via Orange lake and WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED, I Ii
The wash-outs which occurred on the Orange creek, into the OckhiWHha and St. 1880. I 1s il. :
Macon tt Brunswick Railroad, a few days Johns rivers. :. :::\! .:. :::\ --- r i I '
1/t and trains ---I--'j"I I-I- I. I-1- I Z
.' since, have all been. repaired arc ----- 0'i I I II I II
running as usual.fontmuster Orange Insect '-" -- '
HaturJ.1YI 80 6 ;; Main, I Rail Steamer and Sail
6;$ 76 By
We find the following going the rounds of I
at Jacksonville.. Sunday 20 (0) (fiG 50 tit;(l 1.'lIir. W
the whole country and finally\ copied into Monday 21 58 fill 50 00 Fllir.
tf A Washington dispatch of the 21th says Florida newspapers all\ piece! of news. The Tuesday 22 60 GO 00 51 ell'ur. t-Y I

1 that the President had sent into tho Senate insect referred to is unquestionably our well Wednesday 23:J fIO jO 3!) fiG Ch'ar. o

,; ) the name of W. M. Lcdwith for postmaster known orange insect-the coccus. There was Thursday Friday2 24', 0'54 68 ill 58 40 I 7-1 is Fair.Clt'ar. A LARGE STOCK OF I

? ; i at Jacksonville. Yesterday it was Mr. Jay. a time when this insect was very destructiveand = =:= = -- -- h-i

Which is which ? dreaded' but know .
very much wo now osP1 JZ
a Fire. all about it, and how to readily destroy it. -

We regret to learn that the lIon. C. B. McClcnny' The soap and sand remedy is nearly a hundred of rernandtna.HtUII I II

mill at Maxville, near Baldwin, on years old. 'If Mr. Bostwick would WATER. EIUINITITIIE'c

t 1- the Transit Road, was recently burned, with kindly favor us with n copy of the offer of Saturday, March :'tt..... 4:47: A. M. 5:22: r. M. J I
300,000 feet of sawed lumber We presumeit the Italian government of $ )(},tlOO) francs and Sunday, 27. 5:47: It (IlD": .
the description of the inject! we think there Monday, 28. G:42": 7:10": '
will be at once rebuilt. ..... 7:30" 7:5ti" I
will be competition in Florida for Tuesday, 2J. : :
4)0 Wednesday; 30...... 8:1:1": : 8:3: !) "'
: t Sugar J'> tho reward Thursday, 31...... 8:5U: ) n: I" i -AND-
ii r We have sonic remarkable statements of "'0 have in process of translation n bookon Friday, April 1. 9.3t1" 10.02"

the profits of sugar planting in Louisiana the subject, published in Nice, in 1800. :

upon comparatively small farms. Captain We clip the following interesting item ENTERED. GENERAL MERCHANDISE.rH j
who has been March 20-S. P. St. Johns, Vogel, Charles
j C.-N. Keep, of Marion county, from the Baltimore Sun: I

i engaged sugar planting in Louisiana and The ravages of a parasito insect on orange ton.March 22-Bark Mentor( (Ger.) Schultz, mr !
South America, regards Florida as particularly and I lemon trees, are attracting much atten Liverpool. I
thou in Italy and the West Indies, and havebegun _
well Milled to the cultivation of sugar to create alarm in Florida, Louisianaand March 23-S. S. City of Dallas, Risk, New MHO

cane and believes it will prove a very l profitable f California. J. II. Bostwick, inspector' York. ZI I
crop to our small planters. Wo shall customs, who has charge ol the fruit department I
k" at and would beSt of the New York rustom-house, i is taking March 22-S. P. St. Johns, Vogel, Charles :I
this length,
7 recur to subject general interest in the matter, and has tOil CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK.
glad of accurate statements from correspondents borne specimens from cargoes of oranges, the March 23! -Sch. Katie Collins, Mather,
; of the results of sugar planting in any rinds of which are covered with incrusta Wilmington, Del.
t portion of our State.Important tions of these parasites. The matter is a so- March[ 23-S. 8. City t of Dallas, Risk,Jack- 00 f-] I
,., .rt rious one, for vast numbers of trees are ruin sonvf H
ed bv these insects. Mr. Host wick says that March' 25-S. S. City of Dallas, Risk New
Railroad Connections.The .
the Italian government has offered a prize of York. .
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad having 300,000 francs for an effectual remedy for the March 25-S. P. St. John VogelCharles I

p.w become the purchasers of the Virginia Midland pest, and that a wealthy Italian has added ton.
Railroad leading from Washington toDanville 00,000 francs to the offer.on his own account. Match 25-S. S. Rhyl, (Br.) -,Queens- SANBOHN&IIOf1ARLINGTON
He says that thirty years ago he stopped the town
i via Lynchburg, have now secured ravages of a similar pest by washing the March 25-Sch. Peter C. Schultz, -,
I the Charlotte Atlanta Air-Line road, trunks and large limbs of fruit trees with New York.
m I them a through Southern con soap and sharp sand. If the trouble continues IN fORT.
which gives
to increase as it is doing now, the importations Hark Union. NURSERIES.
nection' front Baltimore to Atlanta. This will of fruit from Italy and the West' Ins Schooner \\'. II.J tines. ,;
be of value to the Cumberland' Route and dies will be much reduced, and there will be Schooner Wn Wiler. -- ....,;.
the travel on this already very popular heavy losses in the orange proves of Florida, Brig Gotl'redo.; TROPICAL und SEMI. r"d '
Increase The value of the TROI'ICAL FRUIT TREES 1
l the Cumberland Route from Louisiana and California. Bark Imogene. ROSES: UECID-
line. With fruit imports at the 'port of New York, in Kirk Mentor.Schooner .
: West and Midland, and with the Sea which was SHRUBS and FLOWERING PLANTS.
the 18SO, was $4,198,737, the duty on Kate V.Ikell, t

Island Route from Savannah, Fernandina $710,021.: ___-
I on the main and :uost important
is placed Archer Items. Brick,
i ,
AND Budded ,
Orange Tree-
( line( of travel Floe The postmaster will sutra occupy his", ele- Lime, Cement, MADE A SPECIALTY

B18bee-Jo'lnleu. gant business room on the plaza. Plaster --

United States collector this Agent Ilod son is completing aprettyres- Hair, ,tar for Descriptive: Catalogue.

'fi Mr.0:. Hdwell, week in taking .testis I !idence, the finest In town. The new baby AT SASBORX Ilovr'n. ALI1ERT I. niDWELL.cnd .

POrt.,-,WaI' ensa-ed.. last 0 ,
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